Israeli Writers Consider the "outsider"
Leon I. Yudkin, International Center for University Teaching of Jewish Civilization
Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press, 1993 - Literary Criticism - 143 pages
A society can be judged by its attitude to those who are outside or disadvantaged by reason of class, sex, race, language, background, disability, and so on. This volume seeks to address the models of otherness that exist in Israeli literature.
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The Other as Wanderer in His Early Poetry
Translating the Other in Momik
The Image of Woman in Literary Works and as Transvalued in Film Adaptations
On Writing Life as a Parable
The Authors View of Time Distant Time Near
The King of Flesh and Blood Literary Source and Creative Imagination
Arab Dissent in His Early Fiction
Fictions of Zion and Diaspora
Bibliography of Works Translated into English
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