Bambi's Jewish roots and other essays on German-Jewish culture / Paul Reitter
- New York, NY, USA ; London, UK : Bloomsbury Academic, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing Inc, 2015
Includes bibliographical references and index
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"Paul Reitter's scholarship on German-Jewish culture has won acclaim in both specialized journals and forums like the New York Review of Books, the London Review of Books, Bookforum, and the TLS, which named his study of Karl Kraus one of the best books of 2008. Writing for such publications as The Nation, Harper's Magazine, and the Jewish Review of Books, Reitter has also produced essays that address topics related to his expertise but written for a wider audience, earning a reputation for being a witty, erudite, and deeply illuminating critic in the popular intellectual arena. Bambi's Jewish Roots brings together the best of his essayistic work, which take on an array of figures and concerns, from the contradictions in Heinrich Heine's self-understanding to the echoes of Zionism in Felix Salten's novel Bambi"-- Provided by publisher.
"An illuminating account of the life and demise of German Jewry"-- Provided by publisher.
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