Here and Now : History, Nationalism, and Realism in Modern Hebrew Fiction
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Publisher: Syracuse University Press
Binding: Trade Cloth
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Todd Hasak-Lowy is Assistant Professor of Hebrew Literature at the University of Florida. His first collection of short stories, The Task of This Translator, was published in 2005; his debut novel, Captives, appeared in 2008.
|Introduction: Hebrew Literature and the Jews' Return to History|
|Leaving the Real at the End of the Road: S. Y. Abramovitz's The Travels of Benjamin the Third|
|Between Realism and Modernism: Brenner's Mimetic Poetics of Fragmentation|
|A Mad Dog's Attack on Secularized Hebrew: Agnon's Only Yesterday|
|Modernist Encounters with the National Narrative: Land and Identity in S. Yizhar's Early Fiction|
|Epilogue: Rethinking the Center|
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