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  Volume 25, Number 1&2, Winter/Spring 2005

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Special Issue: Kishinev in the Twentieth Century

Kishinev and the Twentieth Century: Introduction

pp. 1-7
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"Be'ir Hahareigah" / The City of Slaughter

pp. 8-29
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Kishinev Revisited: A Place in Jewish Historical Memory

pp. 30-38
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Pogrom and Gender: On Bialik's Unheimlich

pp. 39-59
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"In the City of Slaughter": The Hidden Voice of the Pogrom Victims

pp. 60-72
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The Rhetoric of Embodied Memory in "In the City of Slaughter"

pp. 73-85
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"In the City of Slaughter" versus "He Told Her"

pp. 86-102
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Bialik in the Ghettos

pp. 103-120
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Two Travelogues: Bialik's "In the City of Slaughter" and Levi's If This Is a Man

pp. 121-127
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A More Contemporary Voice: A. M. Klein's Original and Revised Translations of the Hebrew Poems of Hayyim Nahman Bialik

pp. 128-152
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"Senseless Is Your Death as Senseless Is Your Life"

pp. 153-164
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Bibliography

Bibliography

pp. 165-173
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Reviews

The Holocaust and Literature for Children

pp. 174-194
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Reading and Writing Women: Minority Discourse in Feminist Jewish Literary Studies

pp. 195-209
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Jewish Metaphysical Poetry?

pp. 210-216
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Misogyny and Its Discontents

pp. 217-227
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In Future Issues

In Future Issues

p. 234
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Research Areas

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