The German-Jewish Dialogue: An Anthology of Literary Texts, 1749-1993

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The German-Jewish Dialogue: An Anthology of Literary Texts, 1749-1993
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction vii
  • Note on the Texts xxix
  • Select Bibliography xxxi
  • Chronology xxxix
  • The Jews 3
  • Scene 2 Martin Krumm, the Traveller 5
  • Scene 2 Martin Krumm, the Traveller 8
  • Scene 2 Martin Krumm, the Traveller 10
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  • Scene 2 Martin Krumm, the Traveller 17
  • Scene 12 the Young Lady, Lisette, Martin Krumm 20
  • Scene 12 the Young Lady, Lisette, Martin Krumm 21
  • Scene 12 the Young Lady, Lisette, Martin Krumm 22
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  • Scene 12 the Young Lady, Lisette, Martin Krumm 25
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  • Scene 12 the Young Lady, Lisette, Martin Krumm 28
  • Scene 12 the Young Lady, Lisette, Martin Krumm 28
  • Scene 12 the Young Lady, Lisette, Martin Krumm 29
  • Scene 12 the Young Lady, Lisette, Martin Krumm 31
  • Scene 12 the Young Lady, Lisette, Martin Krumm 32
  • Scene 12 the Young Lady, Lisette, Martin Krumm 33
  • Scene 12 the Young Lady, Lisette, Martin Krumm 35
  • Moses Mendelssohn - Reply to Lavater 36
  • Recollections of Mendelssohn 46
  • Correspondence 54
  • The Jew in the Thorn-Bush 63
  • On Shylock 68
  • Jehuda Ben Halevy 82
  • Seligmann Hirsch 121
  • Theodor Herzl an Autobiography 147
  • The Blood of the Volsungs 152
  • From Hebrew Ballads 179
  • Gershom Scholem from His Diaries 186
  • Jackals and Arabs 195
  • From Jacob's Dream 201
  • Else Lasker-Schüler the Wonder-Working Rabbi of Barcelona 224
  • Book-Mendel 233
  • Karl Kraus from Third Walpurgis Night 257
  • The Leviathan 264
  • Selected Poems 298
  • The Jews' Car 310
  • Jurek Becker the Wall 319
  • Robots 347
  • Everything Normal 359
  • Explanatory Notes 365
  • Acknowledgements 381
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