Bookends of Bohemian Jewish Identity: Leopold Kompert and Fritz Mauthner

@inproceedings{Abrams1992BookendsOB,
  title={Bookends of Bohemian Jewish Identity: Leopold Kompert and Fritz Mauthner},
  author={Bradley F. Abrams},
  year={1992}
}
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On Jews and property in provincial Central Europe: Leopold Kompert’s 1848 publications
ABSTRACT Bohemian-born Jewish author Leopold Kompert (1822–1886) is best known for Aus dem Ghetto (1848), his popular tales of provincial Jewish life featuring pious men and women who eke out a
Leopold Kompert and the Work of Nostalgia: The Cultural Capital of German Jewish Ghetto Fiction
Nineteenth-century intellectuals often decried nostalgia as a widespread social and cultural malaise, issuing harsh indictments of contemporaries who expressed their discomforts over the rapid pace