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  Volume 29, 2010

Table of Contents


pp. 1-2


"They Find You, Those Sons of Moses": Collective Memory and the Disconnected Jew

pp. 3-13

A Kaddish for History: Holocaust Memory in Ehud Havazelet's Bearing the Body

pp. 14-25

Through an American Lens: Dreaming Utopia in Early Israeli Cinema

pp. 26-39

Shall Japheth Dwell in the Tents of Shem?: Hellenisms and Hebraisms in Selected American Jewish Literature

pp. 40-48

Kaddish—: The Final Frontier

pp. 49-67

The Flight of Lilith: Modern Jewish American Feminist Literature

pp. 68-79

Michael Chabon's The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay: The Return of the Golem

pp. 80-89

Two Views of Jews: Bernard Malamud, Maurice Samuel, and the Beilis Case

pp. 90-101

Crossing Boundaries: Memory and Trauma

pp. 102-113

Malamud's Early Stories: In and Out of Time, 1940-1960, with Humor, History, and Hawthorne

pp. 114-122

One Clove Away from a Pomander Ball: The Subversive Tradition of Jewish Female Comedians

pp. 123-138

Alienation and Black Humor in Philip Roth's Exit Ghost

pp. 139-147

Potok's Asher Lev: Orthodoxy and Art: The Core-to-Core Paradox

pp. 148-153

Fiction and Memoir

Heaven is Full of Windows

pp. 154-156

Saul Bellow's Enigmatic Love

pp. 157-162

Diversity is More than Skin Deep: An Academic's African Memoir

pp. 163-169


The Old System

pp. 170-201

A Silver Dish

pp. 202-236


Letter to Sarah

pp. 237-238

For Sarah

pp. 239-240


p. 241

Sarah Rising

p. 242

Sarah and the Samovar

p. 243

Hesped for Sarah Blacher Cohen, z"l: Friday, November 14, 2008

pp. 244-245



pp. 246-249

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