By Day 1 of the week, your instructor will post a discussion question. Respond to your instructor’s question and to your classmates’ responses. The goal of this discussion forum is

By Day 1 of the week, your instructor will post a discussion question.   Respond to your instructor’s question and to your classmates’ responses. The   goal of this discussion forum is to have a single conversation about the   topic, not a series of 30 separate conversations. This means that every post   should be in response to another post. Only start a new thread if you want to   address a whole different theme within the topic, and only post after first   carefully reading what others have written. Do not repeat what your   classmates have already said, and do not ignore them if they ask you   questions. Try to keep the conversation moving forward. Attend discussion on at least four separate days, and post a total of 800   words. There is no required word count for individual posts as long as all   your posts together total 800 words. Nor is there a minimum number of posts,   but you must post on at least four separate days by Day 7. Carefully review the for the criteria that   will be used to evaluate this Discussion Thread. Responses are listed below in the following order: response, author and the date and time the response is posted. (an instructor response) Week 4 Discussion Instructor Umansky 6/3/2016 1:39:04 PM Compare the literary description of the holocaust in Elie Wiesel’s with the cinematic       portrayal of similar events in Steven Spielberg’s Is       literature or cinema more powerful in depicting the holocaust? Why? Cite       specific scenes from the film and specific lines from the reading to support       your claims. How do you think filmmaker Claude Lanzmann would answer this       question? Why? do you think Lanzmann would say about Wiesel’s book?       Once you have a clear understanding of the issues about holocaust       remembrance, you may want to apply the same reasoning to history in       general. Is the holocaust unique in its ethics of remembrance, or does       the same reasoning apply to all history? Is literature or cinema a more       appropriate tool for depicting historical narratives?

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