restricted access   Volume 51, Number 2, Summer 2005

Table of Contents

From: MFS Modern Fiction Studies

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Special Issue: Modernism's Jews/Jewish Modernisms

Margaret Church Award

p. iv
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Articles

Introduction: Modernism's Jews/Jewish Modernisms

pp. 249-257
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Whose Modernism Is It? Abraham Cahan, Fictions of Yiddish, and the Contest of Modernity

pp. 258-284
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The Subversive Obedience of Proust and Freud

pp. 285-310
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In Search of "the Jew" in Djuna Barnes's Nightwood: Jewishness, Antisemitism, Structure, and Style

pp. 311-334
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Goy Interrupted: Mina Loy's Unfinished Novel and Mongrel Jewish Fiction

pp. 335-353
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Femininity and Assimilatory Desire in Joseph Roth

pp. 354-373
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The Year of the Rose: Jewish Masculinity in The House of Mirth

pp. 374-392
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The Rise (and fall) of David Levinsky: Performing Jewish American Heterosexuality

pp. 393-415
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"Drunk with the fiery rhythms of jazz:" Anzia Yezierska, Hybridity, and the Harlem Renaissance

pp. 416-436
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Gertrude Stein and Zionism

pp. 437-455
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Yiddish Modernisms: Red Emma Goldman

pp. 456-481
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 482-483
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