Michael Chabon's Imaginary Jews

  title={Michael Chabon's Imaginary Jews},
  author={D. Myers},
  journal={Sewanee Review},
  pages={572 - 588}
  • D. Myers
  • Published 2008
  • History
  • Sewanee Review
AFTER winning the Pulitzer Prize for 2001 and finding him self arrayed among the masters of modern Jewish literature, Michael Chabon took seven years and several false starts to pro duce a follow-up work to The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay, his extravagantly praised third novel. When it finally appeared, The Yiddish Policemen's Union proved (if nothing else) that Chabon s midcareer decision to reinvent himself as a Jew ish novelist was no fluke. With the earlier novel he had fully… Expand