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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Linda Nochlin; Tamar Garb
|Description:||335 p. : ill., ports. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Starting with the self: Jewish identity and its representation / Linda Nochlin --
Modernity, identity, textuality / Tamar Garb --
Neither black nor white: the figure of "the Jew" in imperial British literature / Bryan Cheyette --
Charles Dickens' Oliver Twist: Fagin as a sign / Juliet Steyn --
Toulouse-Lautrec's illustrations for Victor Joze and Georges Clemenceau and their relationship to French anti-Semitism of the 1890's / Gale B. Murray --
John Singer Sargent's portraits of the Wertheimer family / Kathleen Adler --
Salome, syphilis, Sarah Bernhardt, and the modern Jewess / Sander L. Gilman --
When is a Jewish star just a star? Interpreting images of Sarah Bernhardt / Carol Ockman --
Marcel Proust: in search of identity / Julia Kristeva --
From fin de siècle to Vichy: the cultural hygienics of Camille (Faust) Mauclair / Romy Golan --
Vampires, viruses, and Lucien Rebatet: anti-Semitic art criticism during Vichy / Michèle C. Cone --
El Lissitzky's "interchange stations": the letter and the spirit / Judith Glatzer Wechsler --
The Jew in Sartre's Réflexions sur la question juive: an exercise in historical reading / Susan Rubin Suleiman --
"I ... AM. A": addressing the Jewish question in Joyce's Ulysses / Steven Connor --
Assimilation, entertainment, and the Hollywood solution / Claire Pajaczkowska and Barry Curtis --
"A little child shall lead them": the Jewish family romance / Marshall Berman --
Parvenu or palimpset: some tracings of the Jew in modern France / Adrian Rifkin --
The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum: memory and the politics of identity / James E. Young.
|Responsibility:||edited and introduced by Linda Nochlin & Tamar Garb.|
... Proust, Sargent, Joyce and Sartre - this book demonstrates in fascinating and sometimes shocking ways how representations of the Jew are embodied in some of the best known cultural products, situated 'in the text' itself, not behind or.
... beyond it.