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I began my dialogue with Anne Frank from a simultaneous desire to remember and to forget. I wanted to know more about that curious girl's face that for so long had occupied a place on the wall o f my room. . I wanted to speak with Anne Frank from an almost obsessive desire to revive her memory and make her return and enter our daily lives. " "Is it you in that photo? Is it you in that diary . . "Agosín asks; ''you seem the mere shadow of a fantasy that names you" (15). Both of these texts, a novel written by a Polish man (a non-Jew) and a volume of poems written by a Latin American Jewish woman, are inspired and motivated by encounters with images that have become generally familiar, perhaps even pervasive, in contemporary memory and discussion of the Holocaust.