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Jewishness and masculinity from the modern to the postmodern

Author: Neil R Davison
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2010.
Series: Routledge studies in twentieth-century literature, 14.
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<I>Content: "The Jew" as homme/femme fatale: Jewish (art)ifice, Trilby, and Drefyus -- Emancipation to das Muskelj'den: Zionism, masculinity, and the liberated Jewish body -- The feminized Jewish pugilist: racial ambivalence and weak muscle-Jews -- Gendered-Jewishness in Ulysses: Bloom as semi-queer Jew -- From Klugman to Pipik: Philip Roth and postcolonial/postmodern old-new Jewish gender -- Coda.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Neil R Davison
ISBN: 9780415875868 0415875862
OCLC Number: 466361191
Description: 262 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: "The Jew" as homme/femme fatale: Jewish (art)ifice, Trilby, and Drefyus --
Emancipation to das Muskelj'den: Zionism, masculinity, and the liberated Jewish body --
The feminized Jewish pugilist: racial ambivalence and weak muscle-Jews --
Gendered-Jewishness in Ulysses: Bloom as semi-queer Jew --
From Klugman to Pipik: Philip Roth and postcolonial/postmodern old-new Jewish gender --
Coda.
Series Title: Routledge studies in twentieth-century literature, 14.
Responsibility: by Neil R. Davison.
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<I>Content: "The Jew" as homme/femme fatale: Jewish (art)ifice, Trilby, and Drefyus -- Emancipation to das Muskelj'den: Zionism, masculinity, and the liberated Jewish body -- The feminized Jewish pugilist: racial ambivalence and weak muscle-Jews -- Gendered-Jewishness in Ulysses: Bloom as semi-queer Jew -- From Klugman to Pipik: Philip Roth and postcolonial/postmodern old-new Jewish gender -- Coda.

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"Davison...clearly and thoroughly engages with the interrelation of race, gender, politics, and religion as they construct the modern Jewish man...Davison's work thoroughly illustrated the Read more...

 
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