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Understanding Samuel Beckett
Presents an overview of the work of Samuel Beckett. Discussing his famous as well as lesser known texts, the book shows how his characters incorporate silence in their speech to narrate their deaths.Expand
The integration of North African Jews in France
The uprooting of the North African Jews and their massive departure for Israel and France constitute, beyond any doubt, one of the most dramatic episodes in the decolonization of the southernExpand
Memory shot through with holes
My place here is somewhat paradoxical. I am supposed to speak, yet I have nothing to say. No lesson to teach, no advice to give, no message to deliver, no strategies to propose. I bear tidingsExpand
An Age of Excess (Excerpts)
Traduction angalise de plusieurs extraits d'Un siecle deborde de B. Frank (Flammarion, 1987)
La Renaissance Culturelle Juive: Europe Centrale et Orientale 1897-1930, by Delphine Bechtel
Paris: Belin, 2001. 319 pp. The author of this book is one of a group of younger researchers who have done much to further academic study of Yiddish language and literature in Paris. Delphine BechtelExpand
Carlos M. Grünberg's Circumcision of the Tongue
Seeking to naturalize their place in a former dominion of the Inquisition, in the first half of the twentieth century several Argentinean Jewish writers— Ashkenazi immigrants or sons ofExpand