Traditions in American literature; a study of Jewish characters and authors, by Joseph Mersand.
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|PN511 .R351 no.2768||
|PS153.J4 M4 1968||Available||Request|
American literature -- Jewish authors -- History and criticism.
American literature -- Jewish authors.
Jewish literature -- Bibliography.
Jews -- Bibliography.
Jews in literature.
Essay and general literature index reprint series.
xiii, 247 pages 22 cm.
Also issued online.
Part one: Jewish authors -- Jewish dramatists and the contemporary drama -- George S Kaufman: master of the technique of good theatre -- Elmer Rice: realist of the drama -- Clifford Odets: anatomist of frustration -- S N Behrman and the American comedy of manners -- Irwin Shaw -- Bella and Samuel Spewack -- Jewish novelists and the contemporary American novel -- Jewish novelists portray the Jew, 1867-1939 -- Robert Nathan: master of style and mood -- Ben Hecht: The re-discovery of the artist -- Jewish poets in America in the nineteenth century -- Contemporary Jewish poets in America -- Part two: The Jew as portrayed in American literature -- A survey of three centuries -- The American drama presents the Jew -- Farewell to Shylocks and Fagins -- Righteousness above compromise: noble Jewish literary types -- The Jew in war and peace -- Victims of Nazism as portrayed in American drama -- Part three: Bibliographies -- A list of novels and short stories of interest to students of Jewish life in America -- A list of plays of interests to students of Jewish life in America -- Volumes of poetry by contemporary Jewish poets in America -- Autobiographies of American Jews -- Biographies written by American Jews -- Books and criticism and belles-lettres -- General bibliography.
Criticism, interpretation, etc.
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|WorldCat Identities||Mersand, Joseph E., 1907-1981.
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