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Death of a Holy Land: Reflections in Contemporary Israeli Fiction

Religion


by
Rose L. Levinson

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Page count: 136 pages

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Language: English

Death of a Holy Land: Reflections in Contemporary Israeli Fiction, by Rose Levinson, is a close textual reading of eight novels by four contemporary Israeli authors. Analysis of their fiction is the basis for a critique of today’s Israel, suggesting that its current malaise is linked to long-standing issues of Jewish identity and insisting on the need for a revised view which recognizes the country as a deeply conflicted modern nation state.

Death of a Holy Land: Reflections in Contemporary Israeli Fiction, by Rose Levinson, is a close textual reading of eight novels by four contemporary Israeli authors. Analysis of their fiction is the basis for a critique of today’s Israel, suggesting that its current malaise is linked to long-standing issues of Jewish identity and insisting on the need for a revised view which recognizes the country as a deeply conflicted modern nation state.

Death of a Holy Land: Reflections in Contemporary Israeli Fiction, by Rose Levinson, is a close textual reading of eight novels by four contemporary Israeli authors. Analysis of their fiction is the basis for a critique of today’s Israel, suggesting that its current malaise is linked to long-standing issues of Jewish identity and insisting on the need for a revised view which recognizes the country as a deeply conflicted modern nation state.

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