Articles originally presented to a conference, dealing with the unique difficulties and responsibilities confronting anyone seeking to convey the horrors of the Holocaust. Important reflections of a moral and philosophical character. Irving Howe expresses a shared truth: "We may register the pain of (the Holocaust's) unhealed wounds; but finally we must acknowledge that it leaves us intellectually disarmed. . . ." More specifically, he quotes Primo Levi: "We became aware that our language lacks words to express this offense, this demolition of man."