Not Quite Mainstream: Canadian Jewish Short Stories
Red Deer Press, 2002 - Fiction - 246 pages
Trace the development of the short story in Jewish Canadian literature-from the early works, translated from Yiddish, by Yaacov Zipper Chava Rosenfarb, to the recent works of young writers such as Cary Fagan, Claire Rothman, and Robyn Sarah. Includes writers better known as novelists-Matt Cohen, Mordecai Richler, and Adele Wiseman-as well as stories by others better known as poets and journalists-Tom Wayman, Ken Sherman, and Elaine Kalman Naves.
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Introduction Norman Rawin
The Street Mordecai Richler
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