Forms of Exile in Jewish Literature and Thought

by Bronislava Volková (Author)
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  • Intended as an overview
    of/introduction to exile in Jewish literature
  • Useful to students of
    Central European and Slavic literatures, especially Czech and German; comparative
    literature; and Jewish and Holocaust studies. Also relevant to the fields of psychology,
    cultural studies, communication, history, exile studies, values studies,
    philosophy, and religion.
  • Covers the period from the
    turn of the nineteenth to the twentieth century through the second half of the twentieth
    century. The first part examines the reasons leading to the break-up of human
    values before WWII, while the second focuses on the post-WWII period and thus
    intersects heavily with Holocaust literature and the effects of the Holocaust
    on thought and values.

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EPUB
Protection
DRM Protected
Publication date
August 31, 2021
Publisher
Page count
120
ISBN
9781644694077
Paper ISBN
9781644694053
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