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Talking Back: Images of Jewish Women in American Popular Culture.
by Antler, Joyce, editor.

Publisher Information:
Brandeis University Press, published by the University Press of New England Hanover, NH 1998

Octavo, paper covers, xiv, 301 pp., notes, index

Articles are "Translating Immigrant Women: Surfacing the Manifold Self," Janet Burstein, "Projected Images: Portraits of Jewish Women in Early American Film," Sharon Puvker Rivo, "The 'Me' of Me: Voices of Jewish Girls in Adolescent Diaries of the 1920s and 1950s," Joan Jacobs Brumberg, "From Sophie Tucker to Barbara Streisand: Jewish Women Entertainers as Reformers," June Sochen "The Jewish-American World of Gertrude Berg: The Goldbergs on Radio and Television, 1930-1950," Donald Weber, "Sweet Natalie: Herman Wouk's Messenger to the Gentiles," Susanne Klingenstein, "Cinderellas Who (Almost) Never Become Princesses: Subversive Representations of Jewish Women in Postwar Popular Novels," Riv-Ellen Prell, "Faith and Puttermesser: Contrasting Images of Two Jewish Feminists," Bonnie Lyons, "Our Mothers and Our Sisters and Our Cousins and Our Aunts: Dialogues and Dynamics in Literature and Film<' Sylvia Barack Fishman, "The Way She Really Is: Images of Jews and Women in the Films of Barbara Streisand," Felicia Herman, "From Critic to Playwright: Fleshing Out Jewish Women in Contemporary Drama," Srah Blecher Cohen, "Eschewing Esther/ Embracing Esther: The Changing Representation of Biblical Heroines," Gail Twersky Reimer, "Claiming Our Questions: Feminism and Judaism in Women's Haggadot," Maida E. Solomon, "Epilogue: Jewish Women on Television: Too Jewish or Not Enough?" Joyce Antler.


Language: English Language
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Softbound
Condition: Very Good
Book Id: 15053

Price: $2.95

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