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- Studies in American Jewish Literature
- Penn State University Press
- “The Confidence Placed in You is of the Greatest Magnitude”: Representations of Paternal Authority in Early Jewish American Letters Volume 33, Number 1, 2014, pp. 63-83
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This issue contains 9 articles in total
- “The Seventh Angel Woke Me”: Adah Isaacs Menken and the Return of Israelite Prophecy
- The First Reform Liturgy: Penina Moise’s Hymns and The Discourses of American Identity
- “Whatever Bigots Say”: Isaac Harby’s The Gordian Knot and the Anti-Catholic Gothic
- Cumberland’s Benevolent Hebrew in Eighteenth-Century Britain and America
- “The Confidence Placed in You is of the Greatest Magnitude”: Representations of Paternal Authority in Early Jewish American Letters
- Poetics of the Apocalypse: Messianism in Early Jewish American Poetry
- Dialectics of Travel: Reading The Journey in Antonio de Montezinos’s Relación (1644)
- Against the Tide: Re-discovering Early Jewish American Literary History
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