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John Sack (References)

(24 March 1930 27 March 2004)

James Stewart

Nicholls State University

Interview:

Eric James Schroeder, "John Sack: Playing a Diabolical Trick on the Reader," in his (Vietnam, We've All Been There: Interviews with American Writers Westport, Conn.: Praeger, 1992), pp. 12-31;

 

References:

"The Commandant," CBS News--60 Minutes, transcript by Burrelle's Information Services), 26 (21 November 1993);

Daniel Jonah Goldhagen, "False Witness," New Republic, 209 (27 December, 1993): 28-34;

Dick Lipsey, "Author Researches War Stories from the Front," Fort Scott (Kans.) Tribune, 20 May 1995), p. 1:

John Lombardi, "The Book They Dare Not Review: An Inconvenient Holocaust Story," New York, 27 (9 May 1994): 18-21;

Carolyn Toll Oppenheim, "Can We End the Cycles of Revenge?," Progressive, 58 (September 1994): 39-44;

Carol Polsgrove, It Wasn't Pretty Folks, But Didn't We Have Fun? Esquire in the Sixties (New York: Norton, 1995);

Craig R. Whitney, "Poles Review Postwar Treatment of Germans," New York Times, 1 November 1994), p.3;

Jon Wiener, "Jews, Germans and 'Revenge,' " Nation, 258 (20 June 1994): 878-882.

 

Papers:

The John Sack Collection at Boston University includes drafts of manuscripts, research notes, audiotapes, videotapes, and correspondence from his career.

Dictionary of Literary Biography:

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