AJS Review: The Journal of the Association for Jewish Studies. Volume XIII, Numbers 1-2, Spring-Fall, 1988.

Cambridge, Mass. Association for Jewish Studies, 1988. First Edition. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers, vi, 208 pp., books received. Very Good. Item #63085

Articles are "The Beginnings of Modern Hebrew Literature: Perspectives on 'Modernity,'" Arnold J. Band, "Sholem Aleichem: Mythologist of the Mundane," David G. Roskies, "'A Word for My Blood': A Reading of Kadya Molodowsky's 'Froyen Lider' (Vilna, 1927)," Kathryn Hellerstein, "'Warding Off Chaos: Repetition and Obsession in the Poetry of Glatshteyn, Halpern, and Manger," Janet Hadda, "Binary Oppositions in the Poetry of Amir Gilboa," Warren Bargad, "'Kill Your Ordniary Common Sense and Maybe You'll Begin to Understand': Aharon Appelfeld and the Holocaust," David C. Jacobson, "Ghost Writing: Philip Roth's Portrait of the Artist," Donald Kartiganer, "Reinventing Bruno Schulz: Cynthia Ozick's 'The Messiah of Stockholm' and David Grossman's 'See Under Love,'" Naomi Sokoloff.

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