5 edition of Literary responses to catastrophe found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 225-229) and index.
|Series||Studies in Near Eastern culture and society ;, 8|
|LC Classifications||PK8516 .P46 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 238 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||238|
|ISBN 10||155540894X, 1555408958|
|LC Control Number||93026129|
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Peroomian, Rubina. Literary responses to catastrophe. Atlanta, Ga.: Scholars.
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Literary Responses to Catastrophe: A Comparison of the Armenian and Jewish Experience (UCLA Studies in Near Eastern Culture)Author: Rubina Peroomian.
Get this from a library. The Literature of destruction: Jewish responses to catastrophe. [David G Roskies; Mazal Holocaust Collection.;] -- Compilation of no less than powerful selections from a year tradition of Jewish literary responses to catastrophe.
forming the Centerpiece of the volume are four chapters. A study of the history of Jewish exiles and genocide, and the literary expressions that attempt to make sense of these catastrophes.
In this book Alan Mintz devotes a chapter each to selected catastrophic events and the literary response to them: for example, the destruction of the First Temple in B.B.E.
and the resulting biblical literature; the massacre of the Rhineland Cited by: David Roskies, in one hundred powerful selections, presents the two-thousand year history of Jewish responses to castastrophe.
The cyclical nature of violent regimes and their overthrow is delineated in these recurring images of sin, martyrdom, and retribution that have sustained the Jewish people despite pogroms, massacres, and expulsions -- from the destruction of the First.
At its most basic, literary response paper writing is the crafting of a paper in relation to a work of literature (academic paper, poem, book, etc). This sort of paper can be creative, but is often structured with a thesis - the paper aims to make some sort of argument, or provide some sort of insight into the text (i.e.
the literary work). Editor Roskies, author of Against the Apocalypse (Harvard Univ. Pr., ), here presents a massive anthology of Jewish literary responses to catastrophe and persecutions from the Bible to the post-World War II : The Jewish Publication Society.
The reissue of Alan Mintz's superb Hurban: Responses to Catastrophe in Hebrew Literature is a welcome event in literary and Holocaust studies.
Mintz's groundbreaking study of the representation and interpretation of catastrophe in the Hebrew literary tradition continues to illuminate and to challenge popular scholarly views on the Holocaust in. BOOK REVIEWS In his ground-breaking study, Against the Apocalypse: Responses to Catastrophe in Modern Jewish Culture, David G.
Roskies makes available to an English-speaking audience a strain of eastern European Yiddish and Hebrew literature in its historical and literary context.
He writes. About the Book; Fukushima Fiction introduces readers to the powerful literary works that have emerged out of Japan’s triple disaster, now known as 3/ The book provides a broad and nuanced picture of the varied literary responses to this ongoing tragedy, focusing on “serious fiction” (junbungaku), the one area of Japanese cultural production that has consistently.
Fukushima Fiction introduces readers to the powerful literary works that have emerged out of Japan’s triple disaster, now known as 3/ The book provides a broad and nuanced picture of the varied literary responses to this ongoing tragedy, focusing on “serious fiction” (junbungaku), the one area of Japanese cultural production that has consistently addressed the disaster and Cited by: 1.
LITERARY RESPONSE PAPER GUIDE A literary response paper builds an argument about a text, using evidence to explain how the author uses characters, symbols, or other literary strategies to convey a message. The typical length is pages (typed, double-spaced; with a minimum of 5 paragraphs), but it can be longer.
(shelved 1 time as catastrophe-and-disaster-literature) avg rating — 20, ratings — published Want to Read saving. The Dynamics of Literary Response book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Reading a poem or a novel, seeing a play or a film 4/5. Catastrophe and Identity in Post-War German Literature by Whether the book™s sales In Chapter 4, I will examine Eastern and Western literary responses to the collapse of the GDR and reunification.
The end of their society, which had stood on a foundation quite different. In 9 libraries. Compilation of no less than powerful selections from a year tradition of Jewish literary responses to catastrophe. forming the Centerpiece of the volume are four chapters containing.
Contemporaneous writings about the Holocaust. xi, p.: music ; 26 cm. Holocaust, Jewish () Antisemitism -- History. Holocaust, Jewish (), in literature. Juifs. catastrophe. The traditional literary paradigm for responding to catastrophe, according to Mintz, is found in Deuteronomy.
There, destruction and suﬀering are clearly linked to sin. Mintz argues that after the destruction of the ﬁrst Temple, the book of Lamentations can be seen as wrestling with the received covenantal paradigm: "The.
A sampler of literary catastrophe for these dark times. Don’t run away. It’s not as depressing as it sounds. One of the enduring paradoxes of great apocalyptic writing is that it consoles even as it alarms. Literary response - In "The Wizard of Oz," Dorothy learns that being grown-up means being responsible for people other than yourself.
EDITED TO ADD: A literary response is usually in essay form. But it doesn't have to be. It can also be - a performance. a poem. a story (inspired by the book you read, or continuing the story) a letter to a character.
Responses to Catastrophe in Modern Jewish Culture. David G. Roskies. Paper $ Times Literary Supplement "Against the Apocalypse documents a virtually unknown chapter in the history of the refusal of Jews throughout the ages to surrender"—New York Times Book Review.
6 x 9, pages, 22 black and white illustrations. Abstract. T he history of the Armenian and the Jewish peoples is marked by a constant struggle to preserve religious and national identity in all circumstances.
The struggle not to succumb to foreign encroachment has more often than not resulted in national disaster. The shocks of the catastrophe have affected the frame of mind and worldviews of both peoples, producing a Author: Rubina Peroomian.Catastrophe: How Obama, Congress, and the Special Interests Are Transforming a Slump into a Crash, Freedom into Socialism, and a Disaster into a Catastrophe and How to Fight Back is a book co-written by American political commentator Dick Morris and his wife Eileen McGann, which spells out hypothetical catastrophic consequences of the Barack Obama administration Author: Dick Morris, Eileen McGann.This text documents a virtually unknown chapter in the history of the refusal of Jews throughout the ages to surrender.
The author employs wide-ranging scholarship to the Holocaust and the memories associated with it, in affirmation of both continuities and violent endings.5/5(1).