Jewish American and Holocaust Literature: Representation in the Postmodern World

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Deepens and enriches our understanding of the Jewish literary tradition and the implications of the Shoah.
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Meet the Author

Alan L. Berger is the Raddock Eminent Scholar Chair of Holocaust Studies and directs the Holocaust and Judaic Studies program and the Center for the Study of Values and Violence after Auschwitz at Florida Atlantic University. His previous books include Children of Job: American Second-Generation Witnesses to the Holocaust, also published by SUNY Press, and the Encyclopedia of Holocaust Literature (coedited with David Patterson and Sarita Cargas).

Gloria L. Cronin is Professor of English at Brigham Young University and has written and edited numerous books, including A Room of His Own: In Search of the Feminine in the Novels of Saul Bellow.

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Table of Contents


Alan L. Berger, Gloria L. Cronin


1. Hidden Children: The Literature of Hiding
Alan L. Berger

2. An Eye on a Scrap of the World: Ida Fink's Hidden Witnesses
Ellen S. Fine

3. Jerzy Kosinski: Did He or Didn't He?
Harry James Cargas

4. By the Light of Darkness: Six Major European Writers Who Experienced the Holocaust
Hugh Nissenson

5. Memory and Collective Identity: Narrative Strategies Against Forgetting in Contemporary Literary Responses to the Holocaust
Gerhard Bach

6. The Rendition of Memory in Cynthia Ozick's The Shawl
Marianne M. Friedrich

7. A Speck of Dust Blown by the Wind Across Land and Desert: Images of the Holocaust in Lanzmann, Singer, and Appelfeld
Gila Safran Naveh

8. Writing to Break the Frozen Seas Within: The Power of Fiction in the Writings of Norma Rosen and Rebecca Goldstein
Susan E. Nowak

9. Art and Atrocity in a Post-9/11 World
Thane Rosenbaum


10. Africanity and the Collapse of American Culture in the Novels of Saul Bellow
Gloria L. Cronin

11. The Jewish Journey of Saul Bellow: From Secular Satirist to Spiritual Seeker
Sarah Blacher Cohen

12. Philip Roth and Jewish American Literature at the Millennium
Bonnie Lyons

13. Malamud and Ozick: Kindred Neshamas
Evelyn Avery

14. Myth and Addiction in Jonathan Rosen's Eve's Apple
Suzanne Evertsen Lundquist

15. Evolving Paradigms of Jewish Women in Twentieth-Century American Jewish Fiction: Through a Male Lens/Through a Female Lens
S. Lillian Kremer

16. After the Melting Pot: Jewish Women Writers and the Man in the Wrong Clothes
Miriyam Glazer

17. Restorying Jewish Mothers
Janet Burstein



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