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In 1990, when Iraq invaded her homeland, the work became an anguished, diaristic record of the horrors unfolding under occupation.
Composed of diaristic vignettes, Hitler, My Neighbor offers a singular portrait of 1930s Germany, unique both for its intimate glimpses of Hitler in semi-private moments and for its point of view.
The assortment is personal, but obliquely so, a diaristic collage of external rather than internal sources.
There is also a decidedly diaristic element at play in Zhang’s fictional work.
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