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Books and bombs in Buenos Aires : Borges, Gerchunoff, and Argentine-Jewish writing / Edna Aizenberg.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: PQ7634.J48 A59 2002

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    Overview

    Format
    Book
    Author/Creator
    Aizenberg, Edna.
    Published
    Hanover : University Press of New England, [2002]
    ©2002
    Locale
    Argentina
    Contents
    Parricide on the Pampa
    Slaying Gerchunoff and his Jewish gauchos
    Gerardo Mario Goloboff's writing of the disaster
    Ricardo Feierstein's Mestizo : Kaleidoscopic identities and human rights
    Lenta biografía : Sergio Chejfec's post-Holocaust, postcolonial had-gadya
    Reality, mythology, neo-Sephardism
    Marcos Aguinis : inquisitorial dungeons and literary Sephardism
    Gabriela Avigur-Rotem : Mozart was not a Jew and Gerchunoff was not a woman
    On translating Gerchunoff
    Once more "Emma Zunz" : kabbalism and feminism
    Did she discover America? : Alicia Freilich's Colombina descubierta
    El laberinto de Sion : Marcos Ricardo Barnatan's Borgesian quest for Sephardic identity
    Borges, postcolonial precursor
    Borges 2000 : back to the future
    Postmodern or post-Auschwitz? : Borges and the Holocaust
    The samovar theory of Latin American-Jewish literature
    A quasi-conclusion : Latin American Jewishness, a game with shifting identities.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references (pages 169-184) and index.
    Parricide on the Pampa -- Slaying Gerchunoff and his Jewish gauchos -- Gerardo Mario Goloboff's writing of the disaster -- Ricardo Feierstein's Mestizo : Kaleidoscopic identities and human rights -- Lenta biografía : Sergio Chejfec's post-Holocaust, postcolonial had-gadya -- Reality, mythology, neo-Sephardism -- Marcos Aguinis : inquisitorial dungeons and literary Sephardism -- Gabriela Avigur-Rotem : Mozart was not a Jew and Gerchunoff was not a woman -- On translating Gerchunoff -- Once more "Emma Zunz" : kabbalism and feminism -- Did she discover America? : Alicia Freilich's Colombina descubierta -- El laberinto de Sion : Marcos Ricardo Barnatan's Borgesian quest for Sephardic identity -- Borges, postcolonial precursor -- Borges 2000 : back to the future -- Postmodern or post-Auschwitz? : Borges and the Holocaust -- The samovar theory of Latin American-Jewish literature -- A quasi-conclusion : Latin American Jewishness, a game with shifting identities.

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    Language
    English
    ISBN
    1584652535
    1584652543
    Physical Description
    x, 195 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm

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