The Shaping of a Jewish Identity in Nineteenth-Century France
This is the story of the Jews in post-revolutionary France. It reveals the complexities inherent in the process of Jewish emancipation and modernisation and focuses on the efforts of French Jewish leaders to come to terms with the social and religious implications of modernity.
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PART ONE Enlightenment Revolution and Emancipation
PART Two The Beginnings of Modernization
PART THREE Tradition and Transformation
The Struggle over Religious Reform
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