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A Knight at the Opera: Heine, Wagner, Herzl, Peretz, and the Legacy of Der Tannhäuser
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Shipping the Self to America: The Perils of Assimilation in Glatshteyn's and Shapiro's Immigration Novels
Much of the critical evaluation of United States immigration novels has overlooked the multitude of works that are written in languages other than English. In fact, with the exception of a few recentExpand
Jewish American World War II Literature
Just One of the Goys: Salinger's, Miller's, and Malamud's Hidden Jewish Heroes
In his seminal essay “Jewish-Americans, Go Home” (1964), Leslie Fiedler attacked postwar Jewish writing and its widespread use of what he controversially labeled “crypto-Jewish characters,” who areExpand
The Jewish Don Quixote
Cynthia Ozick's Envy: A reconsideration
The Self As Marrano in Jacob Glatstein's Autobiographical Novels
IN 1934, THE NORTH-AMERICAN YIDDISH POET Jacob Glatstein traveled to his hometown of Lublin, Poland, to visit his dying mother.1 Upon his return to America, he wrote two autobiographical novels inExpand