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By Michael P. Kramer

Jewish american citizens produced essentially the most vital writing within the U.S. within the 20th century. This significant other addresses the distinct Jewish American contribution to American literary feedback, poetry and pop culture. It establishes the broadest attainable context for the dialogue of Jewish American id because it intersects with the corpus of yank literature. that includes a chronology and advisor to extra examining, the quantity is effective to students and scholars alike.

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