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Israel Through the Jewish-American Imagination: A Survey of Jewish-American Literature on Israel, 1928-1995 (SUNY series in Modern Jewish Literature and Culture) ebook

by Andrew Furman


Jewish American literature holds an essential place in the literary history of the United States.

Jewish American literature holds an essential place in the literary history of the United States. While critics and authors generally acknowledge the notion of a distinctive corpus and practice of writing about Jewishness in America, many writers resist being pigeonholed as "Jewish voices

In doing so, he gauges the impact of the Jewish state in forging the identity of the American Jewish community and the vision of the Jewish-American writer.

b A Survey of Jewish-American Literature on Israel, 1928-1995. a SUNY Series in Modern Jewish Literature and Culture

Israel Through the Jewish-American Imagination : A Survey of Jewish-American Literature on Israel, 1928-1995. Saved in: Bibliographic Details. a Israel Through the Jewish-American Imagination : b A Survey of Jewish-American Literature on Israel, 1928-1995. 264. 1. a Albany : b State University of New York Press, c 1997. a SUNY Series in Modern Jewish Literature and Culture.

Author: Andrew Furman.

Andrew Furman, author of Israel Through the Jewish-American Imagination: A Survey of Jewish-American Literature on Israel, 1928–1995

Andrew Furman, author of Israel Through the Jewish-American Imagination: A Survey of Jewish-American Literature on Israel, 1928–1995. With both authority and a rare kind of scholarly clarity, Cappell connects the issues of Jewish modernity―identity, memory, nature of evil, role of God in history―between Talmud and postmodernity in America. This book not only makes the case for the continuing habit of Jewish American writers to revisit their religious archives, but also for cultural studies to include the sedimentation of religious culture in its historicizing of American culture.

Ideology and Jewish identity in Israeli and American literature Published: (2001).

Israel through the Jewish-American imagination a survey of Jewish-American literature on Israel, 1928-1995 /. Saved in: Main Author: Furman, Andrew, 1968 . Ideology and Jewish identity in Israeli and American literature Published: (2001). A house of words Jewish writing, identity and memory, by: Ravvin, Norman, 1963- Published: (1997). Crisis and covenant the Holocaust in American Jewish fiction, by: Berger, Alan . 1939- Published: (1985). Children of Job American second-generation witnesses to the Holocaust, by: Berger, Alan . 1939- Published: (1997). ISBN 0-313-24593-2 Furman, Andrew. Israel Through the Jewish-American Imagination: A Survey of Jewish-American Literature on Israel, 1928-1995". While critics and authors generally acknowledge the notion of a distinctive corpus and practice of writing about Jewishness in America, many writers resist being pigeonholed as 'Jewish voices'. ISBN 0-7914-3251-3 Kramer, Michael P. and Hana Wirth-Nesher.

Jewish opposition in Israel to Jewish fundamentalism greatly increased after a Jewish, fundamentalist, religious fanatic . The values of the religion, at least in its Orthodox and nationalistic form that prevails in Israel, cannot be squared with democratic values.

Jewish opposition in Israel to Jewish fundamentalism greatly increased after a Jewish, fundamentalist, religious fanatic, Yigal Amir, who insisted that he was acting in accordance with dictates in Judaism, shot and killed Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin. That numerous groups of religious Jews after the assassination supported this murder in the name of the "true" Jewish religion aroused interest in Israel in past killings by Jews of other Jews who were alleged to be heretics or sinners.

Library of Modern Jewish Literature (1995; Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 1997), 1.

Library of Modern Jewish Literature (1995; Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 1997), 13. Subsequently cited parenthetically in the text. 48. Philip Roth, The Counterlife (1986; New York: Vintage International, 1996), 147.

Examines eight Jewish-American writers--Meyer Levin, Leon Uris, Saul Bellow, Hugh Nissenson, Chaim Potok, Philip Roth, Anne Roiphe, and Tova Reich--who have "imagined" Israel in their work.
Israel Through the Jewish-American Imagination: A Survey of Jewish-American Literature on Israel, 1928-1995 (SUNY series in Modern Jewish Literature and Culture) ebook
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