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Criticism, interpretation, etc
|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Around the Point : Studies in Jewish Literature and Culture in Multiple Languages.
Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, ©2014
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Hillel Weiss; Roman Katsman; Ber Kotlerman
|Description:||1 online resource (706 pages)|
|Contents:||Preface; around the point; medieval languages and literaturesin italy and spain; the ashkenazim-east vs. west; transformation of solitudes; almond tree alleyinomerijanby dorit rabinian as a fictional textappealing to the way of lifeand tradition in the jewishcommunity in iran; ladino instructions in meza de el almaand seder nashim from thessalonikiin the 16th century; linguistic conservatismversus linguistic pragmatism; the last representative of the ladinoliturgical literature of the turkishjewish community of istanbul; from bischwiller to jerusalemand back; the book of edmond. Contemporary jewish life, between freedom and traditionin eliette abécassis' novelet te voici permise à tout hommethe divine name in judeo-italiantranslations of the bibleand its intercultural connections; intercultural exchangeand maintaining fidelity to judaism; sediments of complexed jewish identityin natalia ginzburg'swritings; franz kafka and the jewish religion; kafka'saphorisms and kabbala; shma yisrael; benjamin between kandinskiand warburg; "the mind has no knowledge"; from sephardic traditional to modernserbian/yugoslav literature; tangled fragments of identityin a changing world. The cultural identity of babelchagall in moscow; moscow yiddish chamber theatreduring 1926; ilya selvinsky and soviet shoah poetryin the spring of 1945; jewishness as difference in the latesoviet period and the worksof the strugatsky brothers; contemporary russian-jewishliterature and reinventingof jewish poetics; boris pasternak's doctor zhivagoin the eyes of israeli writersand intellectuals (1958-1960); contributors.|