The five : a novel of Jewish life in turn-of-the-century Odessa (Book, 2005) [WorldCat.org]
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The five : a novel of Jewish life in turn-of-the-century Odessa

Author: Vladimir Jabotinsky; Michael R Katz
Publisher: Ithaca : Cornell University Press, 2005.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The Five is an captivating novel of the decadent fin-de-siecle written by Vladimir Jabotinsky (1880-1940), a controversial leader in the Zionist movement whose literary talents, until now, have  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Jewish fiction
Fictional Work
novels
Novels
Fiction
Translations (form)
Novels (texts)
Russian fiction
Romans
Romans, nouvelles, etc
Translations into English
Material Type: Fiction, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Vladimir Jabotinsky; Michael R Katz
ISBN: 0801442664 9780801442667 0801489032 9780801489037
OCLC Number: 57549646
Description: xv, 203 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Youth --
Serezha --
In the literary circle --
Around Marusya --
The world of business --
Lika --
Marko --
My porter --
The alien --
Along Deribasov Street --
A many-sided soul --
The arsenal on Moldavanka --
Something like the Decameron --
Inserted chapter, not intended for the reader --
Confession on Langeron --
Signor and mademoiselle --
The godseeker --
Potemkin day --
Potemkin night --
The wrong way --
Broad Jewish natures --
One more confession --
Visiting Marusya --
Mademoiselle and signor --
Gomorrah --
Something bad --
The end of Marusya --
The beginning of Torik --
L'envoi.
Other Titles: Pi︠a︡tero.
Responsibility: Vladimir Jabotinsky ; translated from the Russian and annotated by Michael R. Katz ; introduction by Michael Stanislawski.
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"For Jabotinsky, Arab national aspirations, like those of the Zionists, were legitimate. Hence his acknowledgment of the inevitable violence of the struggle.... In Jabotinsky's future, Arab and Jew Read more...

 
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