Books in category Literary Criticism – Jewish

  • Turning Up the Flame

    Turning Up the Flame
    Jay L. Halio, Ben Siegel

    This is the only essay collection devoted primarily to Roth's fiction of the last two decades. It includes fourteen essays, written by some of the leading Roth specialists in this country and abroad."–BOOK JACKET.

  • City of Rogues and Schnorrers

    City of Rogues and Schnorrers
    Jarrod Tanny

    The book shows how the art of eminent Soviet-era figures such as Isaac Babel, Il'ia Ilf, Evgenii Petrov, and Leonid Utesov grew out of the Odessa Russian-Jewish culture into which they were born and which shaped their lives.

  • The German Jewish Experience Revisited

    The German-Jewish Experience Revisited
    Steven E. Aschheim, Vivian Liska

    This volume includes both historical treatments of differing German-Jewish understandings of their experience – their relations to their Judaism, general culture and to other Jews – and contemporary reflections and competing …

  • American Jewish Fiction

    American Jewish Fiction
    Josh Lambert

    This new volume in the JPS Guides series is a fiction reader?s dream: a guide to 125 remarkable works of fiction.

  • The Jewish Moral Virtues

    The Jewish Moral Virtues
    Eugene B. Borowitz, Frances Weinman Schwartz

    This collection is structured upon the twenty-four virtues selected by a thirteenth-century Roman Jew, Yehiel ben Yekutiel, including trustworthiness, lovingkindness, compassion, generosity, charity, humility, and pure-heartedness, among …

  • Narratives from the Sephardic Atlantic

    Narratives from the Sephardic Atlantic
    Ronnie Perelis

    Ronnie Perelis presents the fascinating stories of three men who were caught within the matrix of inquisitorial persecution, expanding global trade, and the network of crypto-Jewish activity.

  • Perec Modiano Raczymow

    Perec, Modiano, Raczymow
    Annelies Schulte Nordholt

    Le présent ouvrage se veut une étude d¿ensemble de la « littérature de la génération d¿après », en passant par une analyse comparative de trois ¿uvres : celles de Georges Perec, de Patrick Modiano et de Henri Raczymow.

  • When Kafka Says We

    When Kafka Says We
    Vivian Liska

    How literature creates new forms of communal identification and solidarity

  • Illegitimate Theatre in London 1770 1840

    Illegitimate Theatre in London, 1770-1840
    Jane Moody

    This was the first book to explore the institutions, genres, and performance history of this illegitimate theatre.

  • Women of the Word

    Women of the Word
    Judith Reesa Baskin

    The themes of repression and equivocal liberation resonate throughout, as the authors reflect on the silencing of the female voice in a traditional Jewish culture that most often denied women the education and the empowerment requisite for …

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