Making a Scene: The Contemporary Drama of Jewish-American Women
Sarah Blacher Cohen
Syracuse University Press, 1997 - Drama - 370 pages
Restoring the Jewish half-genius in women's drama, this collection powerfully conveys the exile of Jewish womanhood within the community, the traumas of the Holocaust on victim and survivor, Black-Jewish confrontation, Arab-Israeli conflict, and other topics.
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