3 edition of Modern Hebrew fiction found in the catalog.
Modern Hebrew fiction
Includes bibliographical references (p. -259) and index.
|Statement||Gershon Shaked ; translated from the Hebrew by Yael Lotan ; edited by Emily Miller Budick ; bibliography compiled by Jessica Cohen.|
|Series||Jewish literature and culture|
|Contributions||Budick, E. Miller.|
|LC Classifications||PJ5029 .S5413 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 286 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||286|
|LC Control Number||99054356|
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Gershon Shaked's history of modern Hebrew fiction traces the emergence and development of a literature "against all odds" - from its European roots in the s, when it had neither a country nor a spoken language, to the flowering of a literary culture on Israeli soil from the founding of the State through the s.4/5(1).
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"This book is an excellent in-depth study of modern Hebrew fiction in the last hundred years. The emergence of Hebrew literature "against all odds" is a fascinating modern cultural phenomenon." Gila Ramras-Rauch "This volume is an abridgement of Gershon Shaked's celebrated five-volume work Hebrew Fiction Author: Gershon Shaked.
Literary Passports: The Making of Modernist Hebrew Fiction in Europe By Shachar M. Pinsker (Stanford University Press, pp., $60) Elias Canetti, the German-language writer, born to. The emergence of Zionism in the late nineteenth-century and the evolution of Zionist society in Palestine were profoundly influenced by the Hebrew literature of the day.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note: Translated from the Hebrew. Notes: Originally published: Bloomington, Ind.: Indiana University. Introduction This is a catalogue site of resources for modern Hebrew. The background to this project is you're interested in hearing more about my experience studying Hebrew, click here.
If you have any comments or suggestions for improvements, please contact me at @ (remove spaces). Beginnings of Modern Hebrew Literature. Modern Hebrew literature first emerged in Europe during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Few of these classics are still in print, but several notable writers are featured in recent books and : Naomi Brenner. In addition to writing traditional rabbinic literature in Hebrew, modern Jews developed new forms of fiction, poetry, and essay-writing, which are typically called "Modern Hebrew Literature." 18th century [ edit ] By the early eighteenth century, Jewish literature was still dominated by Sephardic authors, often writing in Judeo-Arabic.r/Israel: A place for discussion of Israeli life and culture, but most of all for participating in the time honored tradition of arguing politics.Literary Passports is the first book to explore modernist Hebrew fiction in Europe in the early decades of the twentieth century.
It not only serves as an introduction to this important body of literature, but also acts as a major revisionist statement, freeing this literature from a Zionist-nationalist narrative and viewing it through the wider lens of new comparative studies in modernism.