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Book Festival: Film
Can literature provide a handbook for mass murder? Adolph Hitler is better known for burning books than collecting them, but by the end of his life, he owned 16,000 books. Narrated by Academy-Award winning actor Jeremy Irons, The Books He Didn’t Burn follows historian Timothy Ryback, who has studied these books for over a decade. Do the literature books Hitler read in his personal library offer a glimpse into the past and provide a rationale for the violence and harm he orchestrated?