A Little Annihilation
Anna Janko's mother watched as her whole village was destroyed and her family murdered in 1943. She passes the trauma of the event onto her daughter, and A Little Annihilation bears witness to both the crime and its aftershocks - the trauma visited on the next generation - as revealed in a beautifully scripted and deeply personal mother-daughter dialogue. As Anna fathoms the full dimension of the tragedy, she reflects the memory and loss, the ethics of helplessness, and the lingering effects of war.
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