Ghettoliteratur

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Publication Date:
December 2011
Copyright year:
2005
ISBN:
978-3-11-093416-8

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    Glasenapp, Gabriele / Horch, Hans Otto

    Ghettoliteratur

    Eine Dokumentation zur deutsch-jüdischen Literaturgeschichte des 19. und frühen 20. Jahrhunderts

    [Ghetto Literature. A documentation of German-Jewish literary history in the 19th and early 20th century.]

    Series:Conditio Judaica 53-55

      Aims and Scope

      In the eight decades after the 1830s, ghetto literature became the most important genre in the development of Jewish literature in German. In its first section, this documentation outlines the reception accorded to the genre up to the early 1930s with reference to and commentaries on over 600 sources. The second section facilitates access to the primary texts by providing an annotated bibliography, brief biographies of the just under 100 mostly Jewish authors of ghetto literature, and indexes of names and subject matter.

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