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Modularity & the Rationality of Emotions; Modularity & Basic Emotions; The Analogy with Perception; The Modularity of Particular Emotion Types; Index.
Imre Rochlitz was born in Budapest in 1925 but he spent his childhood in Vienna, where he lived until 1938. After surviving the war years in Yugoslavia, he emigrated to the United States and earned a law degree at New York University. He moved back to Europe in 1958. Encouraged by his family, he made a return trip to Yugoslavia in 1981, which sparked the writing of these memoirs. Joseph Rochlitz is an opera and film director. He collaborated in the research and writing of Accident of Fate and based his documentary film The Righteous Enemy , about the Italian protection of thousands of Jews during the Holocaust, on his fatheras story.
"Imre Rochlitz's book is enlightening and relevant. Sparse and understated, it is all the more powerful and emotionally moving. The author suffered many devastating personal losses during the war, and retains to this day a profound sorrow about mishaps and mistakes, bad timing, and sheer bad luck. He never expresses self- pity, but writes of what he might have done better and what he learned from his experiences. His readers acquire a deep respect for his courage and humanity under the most horrifying of circumstances. Accident of Fate is one of the best Holocaust memoirs I have read in a long time." - Susan Zuccotti, author of The Italians and the Holocaust: Persecution, Rescue and Survival and Under His Very Windows: The Vatican and the Holocaust in Italy.