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by Allison Schachter

ISBN: 0199812632
ISBN13: 978-0199812639
Language: English
Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (November 4, 2011)
Pages: 208
Category: History and Criticism
Subategory: Literature

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Pairing the two concepts of diaspora and modernism, Allison Schachter formulates a novel approach to. .

Pairing the two concepts of diaspora and modernism, Allison Schachter formulates a novel approach to modernist studies and diasporic cultural production. Offering the first comparative literary history of Hebrew and Yiddish modernist prose, Diasporic Modernisms argues that these two literary histories can no longer be separated by nationalist and monolingual histories. Do you want to read the rest of this article? Request full-text.

Pairing the two concepts of diaspora and modernism, Allison Schachter formulates a novel approach to modernist . Diasporic Modernisms illuminates how the relationships between migrant writers and dispersed readers were registered in the innovative practices of modernist prose fiction.

Schachter Allison (EN). Pairing the two concepts of diaspora and modernism, Allison Schachter formulates a novel approach to modernist studies and diasporic cultural production. Diasporic Modernisms illuminates how the relationships between migrant writers and dispersed readers were registered in the innovative practices of modernist prose fiction

Allison Schachter is Assistant Professor of Jewish Studies and English at Vanderbilt University.

Allison Schachter is Assistant Professor of Jewish Studies and English at Vanderbilt University.

Home Browse Books Book details, Diasporic Modernisms: Hebrew and Yiddish. Diasporic Modernisms: Hebrew and Yiddish Litreature in the Twentieth Century. By Allison Schachter. Diasporic s how the relationships between migrant writers and dispersed readers were registered in the innovative practices of modernist prose fiction.

Cultural interactions between Hebrew and Yiddish modernisms have been recently explored by Moss, Kenneth B. in Jewish Renaissance in the Russian Revolution (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2009) and in the collection Modern Jewish Literatures: Intersections and Boundaries, eds. Jelen, Sheila E. et al.

Despite Abramovitsh’s foundational role in modern Hebrew and Yiddish literature, Schachter’s discussion of Shloyme reb Chaim’s is strangely cursory. This is the most interesting section of what in any event is not Abramovitsh’s most interesting narrative.

Offering the first comparative literary history of Hebrew and Yiddish modernist prose, Diasporic Modernisms argues that these two literary histories can longer be separated by nationalist and molingual histories.

Rubrics: Hebrew literature, Modern 20th century History and criticism Yiddish literature 20th century Modernism (Literature). Download now Diasporic modernisms : Hebrew and Yiddish in the twentieth century Allison Schachter. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format. book below: (C) 2016-2018 All rights are reserved by their owners.

Pairing the two concepts of diaspora and modernism, Allison Schachter formulates a novel approach to modernist studies and diasporic cultural production. Diasporic Modernisms illuminates how the relationships between migrant writers and dispersed readers were registered in the innovative practices of modernist prose fiction. The Jewish writers discussed-including S. Y. Abramovitsh, Yosef Chaim Brenner, Dovid Bergelson, Leah Goldberg, Gabreil Preil, and Kadia Molodowsky--embraced diaspora as a formal literary strategy to reflect on the historical conditions of Jewish language culture. Spanning from 1894 to 1974, the book traces the development of this diasporic aesthetic in the shifting centers of Hebrew and Yiddish literature, including Odessa, Jerusalem, Berlin, Tel Aviv, and New York. Through an analysis of Jewish writing, Schachter theorizes how modernist literary networks operate outside national borders in minor and non-national languages.Offering the first comparative literary history of Hebrew and Yiddish modernist prose, Diasporic Modernisms argues that these two literary histories can no longer be separated by nationalist and monolingual histories. Instead, the book illuminates how these literary languages continue to animate each other, even after the creation of a Jewish state, with Hebrew as its national language.
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