*MRS. SWAPNA K.S
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
**PROF. RACHEL BARI
DEPARTEMENT OF P.G STUDIES
AND RESEARCH IN ENGLISH
This research paper is an attempt to give a glimpse of the narrative of the Holocaust writer Ida Fink. Her narration which is a constructed splendidly and depicts an effective account of survival, recovery during and after the Holocaust. Unlike other writers whose, elegiac stories gave disturbing glimpses of the corrosive effect of German actions on the life of Polish Jews.
In this paper an attempt is made to establish that Ida Fink’s narratives are unique. A narrative which can be defined as a sequence of connected events, whether real or fictional. These narratives through the means of oral storytelling are important to reinforce moral lessons for a culture, pass down history and traditions, and share values and norms. These narratives are also a means which helped people in every age develop a sense of identity, deepen their understanding of human psychology, and make meaning out of life. The Holocaust Literature is a treasure in this sense. The Holocaust writers have written various narratives which can be categorised as non-fiction (journalism, memoir, biography, etc.), prose, drama, and some forms of poetry and songs.
Key Words: Holocaust Narrative, Ida Fink, Style of Writing.