Article published in:
Literature as Dialogue: Invitations offered and negotiated
Edited by Roger D. Sell
[Dialogue Studies 22] 2014
► pp. 237250
References
Arendt, Hannah
1977Between Past and Future. New York: Penguin Books.Google Scholar
Belinsky, Vissarion
1988 “Eugene Onegin: An Encyclopedia of Russian Life.” In Russian Views on Pushkin’s “Eugene Onegin”. Sona Hoisington (ed.), 17-42. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.Google Scholar
Bhabha, Homi K
1994The Location of Culture. London: Routledge.Google Scholar
Bloom, Harold
1975A Map of Misreading. New York: Oxford University Press.Google Scholar
Braudes, Reuven Asher
1988 [1888] Shtey ha-Kzavot [The Two Poles]. Ben Ami Feingold (ed.). Jerusalem: Mossad Bialik.Google Scholar
Brinker, Menachem
2002 “Nietzsche ve-ha-Sofrim ha-Ivriim: Nisayon le-Reiya Kolelet” [“Nietzsche and the Hebrew Writers: An Attempt at a General View”]. In Nietzsche ba-Tarbut ha-Ivrit[“Nietzsche in Hebrew Culture”]. Yaakov Golomb (ed.), 56-68. Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 2002.Google Scholar
Buber, Martin
1972Tales of the Hasidim: The Later Masters. New York: Shocken.Google Scholar
Dore, Ronald
1984 “Unity and Diversity in Contemporary World Culture.” In Expansion of International Society. Hedley Bull and Adam Watson, (eds), 56-68. Oxford: Oxford University Press.Google Scholar
Dostoevsky, Fyodor
2009 “Pushkin.” In A Writer’s Diary (2), 1877-1881. Gary Sual Morson (ed.), 1281-1296. Evanston: Northwestern University Press.Google Scholar
Fainer, Shmuel
1998 “Ha-Ishah ha-Yehudiah ha-Modernit: Mikre-Mivhan be-Yahasey ha-Haskalah ve-ha-Modernah” [“The Jewish Modern Woman: A Test Case in the Relationship of the Haskalah and Modernity”]. In Eros, Irusin ve-Isurin: Minijut e-Mishpaha ba-Historia. In Israel Bartal and Yeshayhu Gafni (eds), 253-268- Jerusalem: Mercaz Zalman Shazar.Google Scholar
Fanon, Frantz Fanon
1967Black Skin, White Masks. New York: Grove Press.Google Scholar
Feingold, Ben Ami
1987 “Feminism in Hebrew Nineteenth-Century Fiction.” Jewish Social Studies 49: 247-48.Google Scholar
Gukovsky, Grigory
1957Pushkin y Problemy Realisticheskogo Stilya [Pushkin and the Problem of the Realistic Style.] Moscow: GIChL.Google Scholar
Hasty, Olga Peters
1999Pushkin’s Tatiana. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.Google Scholar
Kohen, Tova and Shmuel Fainer
2006Kol Almah Ivriyah: Kitvey Nashim Maskilot ba-Meah ha-Tsha-Esreh [Voice of a Hebrew Maiden: Writings of Nineteenth-Century Maskil Women]. Tel Aviv: ha-Kibbutz ha-meuhad.Google Scholar
Krasny, Ariela
Gilgulo Shel ha-Otzar Mi-tahat la-Gesher [Metamorphosis of the Treasure under the Bridge]. Shaanan 11.
Kronfeld, Chana
2003On the Margins of Modernism: Decentering Literary Dynamic. Berkeley: University of California Press.Google Scholar
Murav, Harriet
2003Identity Theft: The Jew in Imperial Russia and the Case of Avraam Uri Kovner. Palo Alto: Stanford University Press.Google Scholar
Nabokov, Vladimir
1973 Commentary to Pushkin 1975.
Parush, Iris
2004Reading Women: Marginality and Modernization in Nineteenth-Century Eastern European Jewish Society. Boston: Brandeis University Press.Google Scholar
Pollard, Alan P
1983 “Dostoevski’s Pushkin Speech and the Politics of the Right Under the Dictatorship of the heart.” Canadian-American Slavic Studies 17: 222-256.Google Scholar
Pushkin, Aleksandr
1975Eugene Onegin:‎ A Novel in Verse. 4 vols. Vladimir Nabokov (trans.). Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press,Google Scholar
Rimon, Helena
2012 “The Adventure Genre’s Adventures: Abraham Mapu and Bankim Chandra Chatterjee.” The Journal of Indo-Judaic Studies 12: 19-27.Google Scholar
Shavit, Uzi
1996Ba-Alot ha-Shachar: Shirat Ha-Haskalah: Mifgash im Moderniyut [At Dawn: The Poetry of the Haskalah: An Encounter with Modernity]. Tel Aviv: Ha-kibbutz ha-meuchad.Google Scholar
Stampher, Shaul
1992 “Gender Differentiation and Education of Jewish Women in Nineteenth-Century Eastern Europe.” Polin 7: 63-87.Google Scholar
Stratton, John
2000Coming Out Jewish: Constructing Ambivalent Identities. London: Routledge, 2000. CrossrefGoogle Scholar