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  Volume 31, Number 1, 2012

Table of Contents

Editor's Introduction

pp. 1-5


Where Is Philip Roth Now?

pp. 6-10

Affectionate, Anxious, and Perplexed: Studies in American Jewish Literature

pp. 11-18

On Jewish Literature: A Polemical Position Paper

pp. 19-23

The Envy of Yiddish: Cynthia Ozick as Translator

pp. 24-47

What Is the "Jewish" in "Jewish American Literature"?

pp. 48-60

The Wretched Refuse of Jewish American Literary History

pp. 61-75

Jewish and American, Historical and Literary: The (Un)ifying Experience of Reading Text

pp. 76-83

Zitsn af shpilkes

pp. 84-90

Talmud on the Roof, or Materializing American Jewish Literary Studies

pp. 91-96

New York Intellectual/Neocon/Jewish; or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Ignore Ruth Wisse

pp. 97-108

Lokschen and Isaac Rosenfeld's Jewish American Voice

pp. 109-113


pp. 114-115

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