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Claire G. Moses
Daughters of Sarah is a treasure trove. Editors Cottenet-Hage and Sartori have brought together translations of short pieces by French Jewish women authors-some famous, others relatively unknown to American readers. Read these to enlarge your knowledge of French literature; read them to learn more about the modern French Jewish community; read them for pure pleasure. (Editorial Director, Feminist Studies)
Evelyn Torton Beck
These writings (in a wide variety of genres, by both well-known and less familiar writers) are made all the more valuable by an excellent introduction that provides a context for the history of Jews (and women) in France as well as the position of women within Jewish tradition. (Professor Emerita Women's Studies, Jewish Studies and Comparative Literature, University of Maryland-College Park)
Jonathan Boyarin
This book doesn't just fill a niche; it opens up a new perspective on the relations among Jewishness, gender, and modernity in Europe. It will certainly spark new and creative thinking about these subjects by anyone wise or lucky enough to dip into its contents. (Robert M. Beren Distinguished Professor of Modern Jewish Studies, University of Kansas)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780841914452
  • Publisher: Holmes & Meier Publishers, Inc.
  • Publication date: 2/28/2005
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 269

Table of Contents


Eugénie Foa *The Jewess

Pauline Franck * A Woman's Life

Julienne Bloch *Letter to Monsieur Eugene de Mirecourt

Elissa Rhaïs * Children of Palestine

Irène Némirovsky * Fraternité

Sarah Lévy * Beloved

Clara Malraux * And Yet, I Was Free

Jacqueline Mesnil-Amar * Those Who Sleep Through the Night

Simone Weil * What is a Jew * Israel

Anna Langfus * The Lost Shore

Viviane Forrester * Tonight, After the War

Liliane Atlan * Mister Fugue

Sarah Kofman * Rue Ordoner, rue Labat

Hélène Cixous * Dawn of Phallocentrism * Bare Feet

Elisabeth Gille * Shadows of a Childhood

Régine Robin * Yiddishkeit

Michèle Sarde * The Disaster

Annie Cohen * La Rivière des Gobelins

Paula Jacques * Light of My Life

Brigitte Peskine * The Sweet Waters of Europe

Chochana Boukhobza * A Summer in Jerusalem

Bibliography of Additional Jewish Women Writers in France

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