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Conclusion: Departure from Innocence

  • Lenore Bell
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Abstract

The Conclusion uses postwar German theological history to address how “innocence” can maintain racial hierarchies.

Keywords

9/11 critical race theory blood Cold War whiteness innocence literature New York City the Other stereotypes James Baldwin World War II Jonathan Safran Foer Björn Krondorfer 

Bibliography

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  3. Safran Foer J (2006) Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close. Penguin, London.Google Scholar
  4. Shenk J (2005) Jonathan Safran Foer: Living to Tell the Tale. Mother Jones. May/June 2005 Issue.Google Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Lenore Bell
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  1. 1.St AndrewsFifeUnited Kingdom

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