Lost Tribe: Jewish Fiction from the Edge
Funny, raw, dark, sometimes outrageous, the twenty-five contributors to Lost Tribe explore themes such as conflicted identities, sexual fetishes, religious intolerance, and even the troubled legacy of the Holocaust to create a stirring picture of contemporary Jewish life. Lost Tribe features stories and commentary from a brilliant mixture of critically acclaimed and emerging writers.
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Lost Tribe: Jewish Fiction from the Edge by Paul Zakrzewski Paul Zakrzewski's collection of contemporary Jewish-American fiction is that rare anthology that adds up to more than the sum of its parts ... Read full review
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Zakrzewski (director, literary programs, Jewish Community Ctr., New York City) presents a selection of stories and novel excerpts by 25 writers of the "post-Philip Roth generation." Divided into three ... Read full review