Index
Abraham, Nicolas31
Achebe, Chinua35
Adler, Alfred26
aesthetics 129, 130, 143
Africa44, 67
link between the Jews and 43
see also South Africa
Afrikaners 39, 41
fear of Jewish immigration 44
National Government 39, 145
philosophy 147
Aidoo, Ama Ata100
Alcalay Ammiel 3-4, 22, 90, 91, 95
Alcock, Creina147-8
Alcock, Neil147
Alderman, Geoffrey127
American culture 114, 137
American Psychiatric Association103-4
Anderson, Benedict10, 85
Anderson, John149
Ann Arbor35
Anti-Alien Bill ( 1905) 121, 127
anti-Semitism 43-4, 46, 125, 128, 142, 143
ascendant 122
black 93
charge of 95
critique of 119
effects of 49
European 52
as a false unifier 134
in modernist writing 118
Jews had provoked 120
long tradition of 94
modem, birth of 117
paradox of 124
unequivocal 119
Antwerp45
apartheid 21, 39, 94, 113, 145
continuing investment in 67
sexual 107
appeasement 66, 69, 81
Aquinas, St Thomas87
Arabic 37
Arabs 31, 33, 35, 83
Israeli 30, 32
Jordanian 71
justice for 80
riots in Palestine48
Arafat, Yasser44, 83
Aramaic 37
Arendt, Hannah43, 68, 92, 117, 131
Ariel 46
Aristotle74, 87, 90, 148
Arnold, Matthew62,64
Ashby, D. G.56
Ashrawi, Hanan33, 35, 84
Asia/Asians 44, 144
assimilation 121, 127, 128, 137

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgements vii
  • Contents ix
  • Introduction States of Fantasy 1
  • Part One the Clarendon Lectures 17
  • One in the Land of Israel 19
  • Two Black Hamlet 38
  • Three the English at Their Best 56
  • Four Just, Lasting, Comprehensive 78
  • Part Two the Limits of Culture 97
  • Five on the 'Universality" of Madness: Bessie Head's a Question of Power 99
  • Six Dorothy Richardson and the Jew 117
  • Afterword Freud and the Crisis of Our Culture 133
  • Notes 150
  • Index 171
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