An analysis of the cultural meanings of Jewishness in the work of Woolf, Djuna Barnes, and others.
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Title: Modernism, Feminism, and Jewishness
Author: Maren Tova Linett
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Date Published: October 2007
Table of Contents:
Introduction: Imagined Jews and the shape of feminist modernism;
1. 'Strip each statement of its money motive': Jews and the ideal of disinterested art in Warner, Rhys, and Woolf;
2. Transformations of supersessionism in Woolf and Richardson;
3. Adding bathrooms, fomenting revolutions: modernity and Jewishness in Woolf and Warner;
4. The race must go on: gender, Jewishness, and racial continuity in Richardson and Barnes;
5. The 'No time region': time, trauma, and Jewishness in Barnes and Rhys;
6. Metatextual Jewishness: shaping feminist modernism; Bibliography.
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