Jewish-American Writing Since 1945

Jewish-American Writing Since 1945

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Jewish American writing is an exciting and controversial genre within post-war literature. In this book Stephen Wade offers a student guide to major writers, their key works and to influential background factors including the postmodern, the masternarrative and metafiction. The themes, issues and philosophies of writers including Saul Bellow, Philip Roth and Isaac Bashevis Singer are inter-related and wider literary and historical topics are alluded to and explained. Covering women's writing, novels, poetry and drama, the author offers a readable guide to the achievements of a key group of writers in twentieth-century American literature. Key Features * A student guide to major writers in post-war American literature * A chapter on each of the 5 main writers * Covers theoretical aspects -- the postmodern, the masternarrative and metafiction -- in an easily accessible way * Offers background material to situate the work of the writers
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  • Paperback | 224 pages
  • 137.7 x 215.1 x 16.5mm | 348.35g
  • Keele University Press
  • Keele, United Kingdom
  • English
  • New
  • 1853312266
  • 9781853312267

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A broad-ranging student guide which offers a comprehensive and accessible introduction to major writers and their cultural and philosophical backgrounds. A broad-ranging student guide which offers a comprehensive and accessible introduction to major writers and their cultural and philosophical backgrounds.
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About Stephen Wade

Stephen Wade is senior lecturer in English at the University of Huddersfield.
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