In this Issue
For sixteen years, Prooftexts: A Journal of Jewish Literary History has brought to the study of Jewish literature, in its many guises and periods, new methods of study and a new wholeness of approach. A unique exchange has taken place between Israeli and American scholars, as more work from Israelis has appeared in the journal. Prooftexts' thematic issues have made important contributions to the field.
published byIndiana University Press
viewing issueVolume 35, Numbers 2-3, Spring-Fall 2015
Table of Contents
- A Woman's Word: Sholem Aleichem's "Genz"
- pp. 163-185
- Haven't You Ever Heard of Bialik?
- pp. 211-249
- p. 313
- On Texts, Contexts, and Countertexts
- pp. 328-344
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