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  • The Modern Jewish Canonby Ruth R. Wisse

    Free Press 2001; US$ 28.00

    What makes a great Jewish book? What makes a book "Jewish" in the first place? Ruth R. Wisse, one of the leading scholars in the field of Jewish literature, sets out to answer these questions in The Modern Jewish Canon. Wisse takes us on an exhilarating journey through language and culture, penetrating the complexities of Jewish life as they are... more...

  • Jews and Powerby Ruth R. Wisse

    Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2008; US$ 27.95

    Part of the Jewish Encounter series Taking in everything from the Kingdom of David to the Oslo Accords, Ruth Wisse offers a radical new way to think about the Jewish relationship to power. Traditional Jews believed that upholding the covenant with God constituted a treaty with the most powerful force in the universe; this later transformed itself... more...

  • The Modern Jewish Canonby Ruth R. Wisse

    Free Press 2001; Not Available

    What makes a great Jewish book? What makes a book "Jewish" in the first place? Ruth R. Wisse, one of the leading scholars in the field of Jewish literature, sets out to answer these questions in The Modern Jewish Canon. Wisse takes us on an exhilarating journey through language and culture, penetrating the complexities of Jewish life as they are... more...

  • No Jokeby Ruth R. Wisse

    Princeton University Press 2013; US$ 19.95

    Humor is the most celebrated of all Jewish responses to modernity. In this book, Ruth Wisse evokes and applauds the genius of spontaneous Jewish joking--as well as the brilliance of comic masterworks by writers like Heinrich Heine, Sholem Aleichem, Isaac Babel, S. Y. Agnon, Isaac Bashevis Singer, and Philip Roth. At the same time, Wisse draws attention... more...

  • The Modern Jewish Canonby Ruth R. Wisse

    Free Press 2001; Not Available

    What makes a great Jewish book? What makes a book "Jewish" in the first place? Ruth R. Wisse, one of the leading scholars in the field of Jewish literature, sets out to answer these questions in The Modern Jewish Canon. Wisse takes us on an exhilarating journey through language and culture, penetrating the complexities of Jewish life as they are... more...

  • The Glatstein Chroniclesby Jacob Glatstein; Ruth R. Wisse; Maier Deshell; Norbert Guterman; Ruth R. Wisse

    Yale University Press 2013; US$ 14.99

    In 1934, with World War II on the horizon, writer Jacob Glatstein (1896?1971) traveled from his home in America to his native Poland to visit his dying mother. One of the foremost Yiddish poets of the day, he used his journey as the basis for two highly autobiographical novellas (translated as The Glatstein Chronicles ) in which he intertwines childhood... more...

  • The I. L. Peretz Readerby I. L. Peretz; Ruth R. Wisse

    Yale University Press 2013; US$ 14.99

    Isaac Leybush Peretz (1852?1915) is one of the most influential figures of modern Jewish culture. Born in Poland and dedicated to Yiddish culture, he recognized that Jews needed to adapt to their times while preserving their cultural heritage, and his captivating and beautiful writings explore the complexities inherent in the struggle between tradition... more...

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