5 edition of Russian-Jewish Literature and Identity found in the catalog.
November 1, 1991
by The Johns Hopkins University Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||272|
The world's first publisher of authentic Jewish literature in modern Russian, and exclusive distributor in North America of SHAMIR, Lechaim & F.R.E.E. publications. The fourth, current period of the Russian Jewish and Holocaust-related literature history identified by Altman, began with perestroika, when the ideological taboo was lifted. Despite the habitual denial, reluctance, political pressure, and passivity, the new freedom allowed for a revival of lavish Jewish cultural life introduces in books, films.
Russian Jewish identity to the fore. Russian Jews as a group are hardly homoge-neous, and deﬁning Russian Jewish identity can be a trying task, which is further complicated by the fact that most scholarship in the ﬁeld has explored the history and culture of Jewish elites. With rare exceptions (such as Shternshis ), cur-. The Jewish emigration from Russia after the Revolution of changed the face of Jewish culture in Western Europe. Russian Jews brought with them the visions of a national Jewish literature in Hebrew, Yiddish or Russian, and new concepts of secular Jewish music and art.
The fourth largest Russian-Jewish community exists in Germany with a core Russian-Jewish population of , and an enlarged population of ,    In – period, approximately , Ethnic Jews from the FSU immigrated to lia: 10,–11, Assembling an international array of experts on the Soviet and post-Soviet Jewish diaspora, the book makes room for a wide range of scholarly approaches, allowing readers to appreciate the significance of this migration from many different by: 6.
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: An Anthology of Jewish-Russian Literature: Two-Centuries of Dual Identity in Prose And Poetry, Two-Volume Set (): Maxim D. Shrayer: Books5/5(1). The following chapters, on Russian Jewish writers, deal also with the effect of the Holocaust and Stalin's anti-Jewish purge on the works of Vasilii Grossman and Aleksandr Galich (pseudonym of Aleksandr A.
Ginzburg). Mentions expressions of Jewish self-hatred in other writers' works Includes bibliographical references (pages ) and indexPages: Get this from a library. Russian-Jewish literature and identity: Jabotinsky, Babel, Grossman, Galich, Roziner, Markish. [Alice S Nakhimovsky] -- Ch.
1 (pp. ), "Enlightenment, Disappearance, Reemergence", traces the history of Russian Jews after the Revolution, pointing out the Stalinist antisemitic campaign and the reemergence of popular. Murav's book is about Russian Jewish literature, and helps readers to understand what Jewish writing meant in the post-Revolutionary period.
She draws from both Russian and Yiddish, and discusses Jewish translation in the USSR. Dense but well worth it, especially if you are looking for a theory-driven approach to the topic/5(2). A history of Russian Jewish literature: Including B.
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The Jewish impact on Russian literature may be traced back years to the period when that body of writing was still the common patrimony of a people that was to emerge later as three distinct East Slavic ethnic groups: the Russians, the Ukrainians, and the Belorussians, each with its separate language and, ultimately, its own literature.
Russian Jewish Writing from the Late Nineteenth to the Early Twentieth Century. The early history of Russian Jewish literature is linked with the history of the Russian Jewish press.
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The third feature which makes this book innovative has to do with the analysis of Russian Jewish immigrants' identity and conflict in global perspective. Indeed, Russian Jewish immigrants are forming a new identity, which, while becoming global in its nature, combines several components that are both common and specific for each country of.
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Alice Nakhimovsky is Distinguished Professor of Jewish Studies and Professor of Russian and Eurasian Studies at Colgate is best known for her book Russian Jewish Literature and Identity (Johns Hopkins, ).Her latest book, Dear Mendel, Dear Reyzel: Yiddish Letter Manuals in Russia and America (Indiana University Press, ), written with Roberta Price Range: $ - $ She wrote a number of books and essays on Russian-Jewish literature (most significantly Russian Jewish Literature and Identity, Johns Hopkins, ), collaborated on a set of Russian language textbooks, and, together with her husband Alexander, put together a book of photographs by the eminent Russian photojournalist Evgeny Khaldei (Witness to.
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Read more>>> Author: Alexandra Guzeva.The editor of the anthology, Maxim D. Shrayer of Boston College, is a leading authority on Jewish-Russian literature. The selections were chosen not simply on the basis of the author's background, but because each work illuminates questions of Jewish history, status, and identity.Russian-Jewish literature was the first to develop the forms putting the problem of assimilation into a universal context, formulating and describing thereby the characteristic experience of identity search and multiculturalism, both of them fundamental issues crucial to this very day.