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Volume 31, Number 2, 2012

Table of Contents


pp. 117-119


Interview with Dan Walden

pp. 120-133

The Certainties of History and the Uncertainties of Representation in Post-Holocaust Writing

pp. 134-148

Jewish Ghettos in Sighet and Dąbrowa Górnicza

pp. 149-165

Chaim Potok's Reforming of a Traditional Judaic Narrative in The Gift of Asher Lev

pp. 166-180

Malamud's "Subject Matter": Reading "The Magic Barrel" as Story, Collection, Philosophic Reflection, and Redemption

pp. 181-199

Foreign Bodies: A Pentimento

pp. 200-215

Surrealism under the Knife in Myla Goldberg's Wickett's Remedy

pp. 216-227

From "What the Thunder Said" to "Hebrew Lessons" and other Jewish Poems

pp. 228-237

Cyrillic Cycles: Uses of Composite Narrative in the Russian Émigré Fiction of Ellen Litman and David Bezmozgis

pp. 238-255

Lake Walden at Penn State

pp. 256-259

Remarks on Dan Walden's Retirement (Even Though He Is Tireless and Didn't Retire and Never Will!)

pp. 260-261


pp. 262-266

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