Issue 7, Number 1, January 2014

Table of Contents

Special Edition: The Berkeley School of Jewish Literature

Inspired by and In Honor of Chana Kronfeld

The Berkeley School of Jewish Literature

pp. 1-7
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On the Margins and Other Impossible Spaces

pp. 9-21
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Milgroym, Rimon and Interwar Jewish Bilingualism

pp. 23-48
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The Purim-shpiler and the Melancholy Clown: Folk Performance between Tradition and Modernism in the Work of Avraham Shlonsky and Moyshe Broderzon

pp. 49-78
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What Does It Mean to Write a Modern Jewish Sonnet?: Some Challenges of Yiddish and Hebrew

pp. 79-107
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Translation on the Margins: Hebrew-German-Yiddish Multilingualism in Avraham Ben Yitzhak and Yoel Hoffmann

pp. 109-128
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The Language that was Lost on the Roads: Discovering Hebrew through Yiddish in Aharon Appelfeld’s Fiction

pp. 129-141
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The End of “Language Wanderings?”: Yiddish in David Grossman’s Ayen erekh: ahava and Aharon Megged’s Foiglman

pp. 143-162
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Material Visions: The Poetry and Collage of Leah Goldberg’s Native Landscapes

pp. 163-186
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Salvage Poetics: S.Y. Agnon’s A Guest for the Night

pp. 187-199
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“Be Thou Like a Young Hart, O Beloved Mine”: Dahlia Ravikovitch’s Song of Songs

pp. 201-210
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Contributors

pp. vi-ix
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