Evolving Jewish Identities in German Culture
Borders and Crossings
by Linda E. Feldman, ed., Diana Orendi
July 2000, 232pp, 6 1/8 x 9 1/4
1 volume, Praeger

Hardcover: 978-0-275-95557-1
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Examines the ongoing construction of Jewish identity in 20th century German culture.

Jewish identity in German culture remains in a critical state of flux. Analyzing its construction and perception in public discourse, the contributors of this volume discuss the works of a number of authors—from Kafka to new writers such as Irene Dische and Maxim Biller. In addition, topics covered include: American-Jewish writers in Germany, minority culture, homosexuality, and Jewish magazines.

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