Tarnowskie Góry

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Tarnowskie Góry

(tärnôf`skyĕ go͞o`rĭ), town (1993 est. pop. 77,700), Śląskie prov., S Poland. It is an industrial center where metal goods, mining and railway equipment, and cement are produced. Nearby are coal, zinc, and lead mines. Chartered in 1526, the town passed from Germany to Poland after World War I.

Tarnowskie Góry

 

a city in southern Poland, in Katowice Województwo. Population, 61,300 (1974). A railroad junction, Tarnowskie Góry produces machinery for the chemical, mining, and electronics industries. Chemicals and foodstuffs are produced, and zinc and lead are smelted.

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Por orden de Otto Dietrich zur Linde fueron torturados en Tarnowitz muchos intelectuales judios, entre ellos la pianista Emma Rosenzweig.
Con cierto desden aristocratico y estoico, "el subdirector del campo de concentracion de Tarnowitz" piensa que "no hay consuelo mas habil que creer que hemos escogido nuestras desdichas" (18), el esta convencido de que, mas alla de cualquier decision y, a.
Borges tellingly calls the lager there, "Tarnowitz," a name that rings with "Auschwitz," even more so since Tarnow (with ah infamous Nazi-established ghetto) and Tarnowitz both exist in southern Poland, in the general area of the death camp.
El Zahir aparece en este relato en el momento en el que Otto Dietrich zur Linde, protagonista de la historia, se desempena como subdirector del campo de concentracion de Tarnowitz y recibe como prisionero al celebre poeta judio David Jerusalem.
He recognized early on that the reality of Auschwitz ("Tarnowitz" in "Deutsches Requiem') demanded a poetics of saying and unsaying--on the one hand mimetic approximation, the documentary accumulation on the tragedy; on the other hand escape, fantasy, fragmentation, fractured discourse.