By Axel Stähler
Anglophone Jewish literature isn't really normally numbered one of the new literatures in English. quite, Jewish literary creation in English has conventionally been categorized as ‘hyphenated’ and has accordingly no longer but been subjected as such to the scrutiny of students of literary or cultural historical past.
The choice of essays addresses this lack and initiates the scholarly exploration of transnational and transcultural Anglophone Jewish literature as one of many New English Literatures. with out trying to impose what would appear to be a erroneous conceptual team spirit at the many-facetted box of Anglophone Jewish literature, the publication relies on a plurality of theoretical frameworks. Alert to the effective friction among those discourses, which it goals to elicit, it confronts Jewish literary reviews with postcolonial reviews, cultural reports, and different modern theoretical frameworks.
Featuring contributions from one of the best-known students within the fields of British and American Jewish literature, together with Bryan Cheyette and Emily Miller Budick, this assortment transcends borders of either countries and educational disciplines and takes into consideration cultural and ancient affinities and changes of the Anglophone diaspora that have contributed to the formation and improvement of the English-language phase of Jewish literature.
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Anglophone Jewish Literature: Transcultural and Transnational Studies (Routledge Studies in Twentieth-Century Literature) by Axel Stähler