1. German and Hebrew: Histories of a Conversation
  2. Amir Eshel, Na’ama Rokem
  3. pp. 1-8
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  1. Between Triumph and Tragedy: The Use and Misuse of Hebrew in Germany from Mendelssohn to Eichmann
  2. Michael Brenner
  3. pp. 9-24
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  1. Life in the Valley: Figures of Dehumanization in Heinrich Heine’s “Prinzessin Sabbat”
  2. Noam Pines
  3. pp. 25-47
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  1. S. Y. Agnon’s German Consecration and the “Miracle” of Hebrew Letters
  2. Maya Barzilai
  3. pp. 48-75
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  1. The Middleman: Ludwig Strauss’s German–Hebrew Bilingualism
  2. Rachel Seelig
  3. pp. 76-104
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  1. Negative Symbiosis?: Israel, Germany, and Austria in Contemporary Germanophone Literature
  2. Sebastian Wogenstein
  3. pp. 105-132
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  1. “A Third Reading”: The German, the Hebrew (the Arab)
  2. Galili Shahar
  3. pp. 133-139
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  1. On German-Jewish Thinkers Not Knowing Hebrew
  2. Vivian Liska
  3. pp. 140-146
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