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Cultural dialectic : Ludwig Lewisohn and Cynthia Ozick

Author: Jane Statlander
Publisher: New York : Peter Lang, ©2002.
Series: Twentieth century American Jewish writers, v. 10.
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"This book defines and analyzes the elusive concept of cultural dialectic, as it ambiguously manifests itself in selected works of Ludwig Lewisohn and Cynthia Ozick. Taken separately, the terms "cultural" and "dialectic" each open onto a vast panorama of different - and sometimes competing - significance. Dialectic is understood to represent not the Western philosophical tradition of duality as opposites, but rather  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: Ludwig Lewisohn; Cynthia Ozick; Ludwig Lewisohn; Cynthia Ozick; Ludwig Lewisohn; Cynthia Ozick; Ludwig Lewisohn; Cynthia Ozick
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Jane Statlander
ISBN: 082045849X 9780820458496
OCLC Number: 49952167
Description: 384 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Ch. 1. Background and Overview --
Ch. 2. Ludwig Lewisohn. Introduction and Background. Up Stream. Background Discussion I. Holy Land: A Story. Background Discussion II. The Case of Mr. Crump. Background Discussion III. The Island Within. Background Discussion IV. Trumpet of Jubilee --
Ch. 3. Cynthia Ozick. Introduction. "The Pagan Rabbi" "Envy; or Yiddish in America" "Levitation" "The Shawl" "Rosa" The Cannibal Galaxy --
Ch. 4. Conclusion.
Series Title: Twentieth century American Jewish writers, v. 10.
Responsibility: Jane Statlander.
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"This book defines and analyzes the elusive concept of cultural dialectic, as it ambiguously manifests itself in selected works of Ludwig Lewisohn and Cynthia Ozick. Taken separately, the terms "cultural" and "dialectic" each open onto a vast panorama of different - and sometimes competing - significance. Dialectic is understood to represent not the Western philosophical tradition of duality as opposites, but rather the Judaic dialectic, or pilpul, which describes a complementary webbing of consciousness and centerlessness. Lewisohn's and Ozick's works are viewed as unique examples of a complex mesh of Judaic, Western, European, American, and Gentile cultural determinants. A slippery confluence of contrasting characteristics, these writings are both autobiographically non-fictional and fictional; factually true, but also invented."--Jacket.

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