restricted access   Volume 32, Number 2, 2013

Table of Contents


pp. v-vii

Editor’s Introduction

pp. 119-120


I Hear, Therefore I Know: Post-Dictatorial Traumatic Expression and Death and the Maiden

pp. 121-140

Stranger in a Strange Land: Self-Creation and Self-Exile in Vanessa Davis’s Make Me a Woman

pp. 141-166

Larry David’s “Dark Talmud”; or Kafka in Prime Time

pp. 167-185



pp. 186-187

Part 1 Roth@80: Two Views

Do You Just Love Philip Roth?

pp. 187-191

The Philip Roth Bus Tour

pp. 191-195

Part 2 Teaching Roth: How, Now?


p. 196

From Mount Meru to Newark: Teaching Philip Roth on the U.S.-Mexico Border

pp. 197-201

Roth’s Daughters

pp. 201-205

Why It’s Impossible to Teach Portnoy’s Complaint

pp. 205-207

“They been full (w)roth(e) al day, as men may see”; or, Contiguous Roth

pp. 208-212

Book Reviews

Jewish Studies: A Theoretical Introduction by Andrew Bush (review)

pp. 213-217

American Hebrew Literature: Writing Jewish National Identity in the United States by Michael Weingrad (review)

pp. 218-221

Collected Writings: Poems, Stories and Essays on the Canadian Jewish Immigrant Experience 1919 by Joseph J. Goodman (review)

pp. 222-224

Identity Papers: Contemporary Narratives of American Jewishness by Helene Meyers (review)

pp. 225-227

The Major Phases of Philip Roth by David Gooblar (review)

pp. 228-231