Jewish issues in Argentine literature : from Gerchunoff to Szichman
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This examination of Jewish Argentine literature centers on the analysis of eight selected works whose publication dates range from 1910 to 1977. This study will examine poetry and a more abstract novel in addition to novels more overtly concerned with social history.
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Alberto Gerchunoff : rhapsodizing a Jewish new world -- César Tiempo : worldy lyricization of the urban Jewish experience -- Bernardo Verbitsky : toward a critical discussion of Jewish Argentine issues -- David Viñas : the novelistics of cultural contradiction -- José Rabinovich : a poetics of disputation -- José Isaacson : an open letter to Spinoza -- Marcos Ricardo Barnatán : the new novel as access to Kabbalah -- Mario Szichman : a questioning eye on Jewish Argentine history.