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Theodor Herzl : from assimilation to Zionism

Autor Jacques Kornberg
Vydavatel: Bloomington : Indiana University Press, ©1993.
Edice: Jewish literature and culture.
Vydání/formát:   book : Biography : EnglishZobrazit všechny vydání a formáty
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How did Theodor Herzl, an assimilated German nationalist in the 1880s, suddenly in the 1890s become the founder of Zionism? Jacques Kornberg offers a novel and provocative explanation in Herzl's struggle to resolve his own personal conflict over his Jewish identity. Kornberg charts Herzl's intellectual development against the background of Austrian political history from the late 1870s through 1896, the date of his  Read more...
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Žánr/forma: Biography
Doplňující formát: Online version:
Kornberg, Jacques, 1933-
Theodor Herzl.
Bloomington : Indiana University Press, c1993
(OCoLC)624350862
Osoba: Theodor Herzl; Theodor Herzl; Theodor Herzl
Typ materiálu: Biography
Typ dokumentu: Book
Všichni autoři/tvůrci: Jacques Kornberg
ISBN: 0253332036 9780253332035
OCLC číslo: 27640560
Popis: xii, 240 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Název edice: Jewish literature and culture.
Odpovědnost: Jacques Kornberg.

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How did Theodor Herzl, an assimilated German nationalist in the 1880s, suddenly in the 1890s become the founder of Zionism? Jacques Kornberg offers a novel and provocative explanation in Herzl's struggle to resolve his own personal conflict over his Jewish identity. Kornberg charts Herzl's intellectual development against the background of Austrian political history from the late 1870s through 1896, the date of his revolutionary manifesto, The Jewish State. As a Viennese aesthete and writer in the 1880s, Herzl sought to shed the taint of Jewish materialism and to distance himself from less assimilated Jews. The rise to power of the anti-semitic Christian Social Party in the 1890s started Herzl on the road to a new self-transformative Jewish politics. Kornberg attributes particular significance to Herzl's 1894 play, The New Ghetto, as marking a definitive break with the idea of Austro-German assimilation. In Kornberg's view the play reveals for the first time Herzl's vision, later defined in The Jewish State, that the virtues he previously believed Jews were to gain through assimilation - independence, physical courage, idealism - were now to be realized by the founding of a secular Jewish state.

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