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Madness as Both a Motif and a Source of Writing in Jewish Literature: "Kaddish for an Unborn Child," "Badenheim 1939," "Darkness Casts No Shadows"

Madness, as a general concept, can be both inside the text as a motif and surrounding it as a framework, implying the author's responsibility for the reader.

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