The Colossal Power of Memory andTransgenerational traumain “The Twentieth Century Riddle” by Blu Greenberg

B. Sam Jerome Sharone M.A


“The life of the dead is placed in the memory of the living”, said Marcus Tulius Cicero. Human life on earth becomes meaningful and accomplished when the treasured memories are preserved and transferred from one generation to the other. Memories are registered through the various forms of arts like painting, writing, filming, sculpting and photographing. Nevertheless, the memories of the victims of the Holocaust that are transferred to the second generation always bring eerie feeling to the hinge generation.This paper will reconnoiter the irrefutable power of memory among the transgenerational trauma victims in “The Twentieth Century Riddle” by Blu Greenberg.

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