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Articles from Studies in American Jewish Literature (March 22, 2019)

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"A LITTLE MORE JEWISH, PLEASE": BLACK AND JEWISH SECULARLY AND INVISIBILITY IN FRAN ROSS'S OREO. Bromberg, Eli Critical essay 10731
BETWEEN JEW AND NATURE: TRACING JEWISH ETHICS IN THE ECOLOGICAL IMAGINATION OF BERNARD MALAMUD'S DUBIN'S LIVES. Clementi, F.K. Critical essay 13433
BORROWED VOICES: WRITING AND RACIAL VENTRILOQUISM IN THE JEWISH AMERICAN IMAGINATION. Gordan, Rachel Book review 1656
JEWS IN THE AMERICAS, 1776-1826. Gelfand, Noah L. 1740
NATHAN ENGLANDER'S THE MINISTRY OF SPECIAL CASES AS JEWISH-AMERICAN ANACHRONOTOPE. Taub, Naomi Critical essay 9930
THE SALOME ENSEMBLE: ROSE PASTOR STOKES, ANZIA YEZIERSKA, SONYA LEVIEN, AND JETTA GOUDAL. Sanders, Lise Shapiro 1359
THIRD-GENERATION HOLOCAUST REPRESENTATION: TRAUMA, HISTORY, AND MEMORY. Lang, Jessica Book review 1411

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