Argentine Jewish theatre: a critical anthology

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Bucknell University Press, 1996 - Drama - 346 pages
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"Scholarly compilation of eight plays spanning seven decades (1920s-80s). Contemporary writers include Goldenberg, Halac, Dragun, and Raznovich. Short but informative introduction, biographical prefaces, notes (often explaining Yiddish terms), and biblio

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This is a fascinating collection of eight plays that come out of the historical circumstance of the Jewish migration to Argentina at the turn of the century. These dramas examine the dilemmas that ... Read full review


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