1. The Beginnings of Modern Jewish Literature
  2. Ofer Dynes, Naomi Seidman
  3. pp. 199-211
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  1. A Straight Arrow: On the Essential National Principle of Modern Hebrew Literature
  2. Dan Miron
  3. pp. 212-237
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  1. Melitsah, Rhetoric, and Modern Hebrew Literature: A Study of Haskalah Literary Theory
  2. Amir Banbaji
  3. pp. 238-277
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  1. Scholem on Zunz: An Egregious Misreading
  2. Ismar Schorsch
  3. pp. 278-299
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  1. Sola Fide!: The Polemic of Rabbi Nathan Sternharz against Atheism and the Haskalah
  2. Shmuel Feiner
  3. pp. 300-343
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  1. Dr. Tsippi Kauffman, z"l: 1970–2019
  2. Uriel Gellman
  3. pp. 344-346
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  1. Thoughts on the Seam between Hasidic Literature and Haskalah Literature: The Works of Joseph Perl
  2. Tsippi Kauffman
  3. pp. 347-368
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  1. Coffeehouses, Journalism, and the Rise of Modern Jewish Literary Culture
  2. Shachar Pinsker
  3. pp. 369-408
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  1. The Power of Writing from the Margins: Assessing Rachel Morpurgo, the First Hebrew Woman Poet
  2. Tova Cohen
  3. pp. 409-432
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  1. The War on Useless Literature: Nihilism and the Crisis of Modern Hebrew Literature in Russia
  2. Marina Zilbergerts
  3. pp. 433-452
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  1. Lev Levanda, Russian Jewish Literature, and Literary Madness in 1880s Russia
  2. Brian Horowitz
  3. pp. 453-476
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