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by Norman Finkelstein

  • ISBN: 0791449831
  • Author: Norman Finkelstein
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  • Rating: 4.5 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 206
  • Publisher: SUNY Press (May 24, 2001)
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  • Category: Fiction
  • Subcategory: History & Criticism
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Series: Suny Series in Modern Jewish Literature & Culture. Hardcover: 206 pages. The result is a challenging book, in places as difficult to follow as some of the poets it discusses, but one that can bring focus to reading

Series: Suny Series in Modern Jewish Literature & Culture. Publisher: State Univ of New York Pr (June 1, 2001). The result is a challenging book, in places as difficult to follow as some of the poets it discusses, but one that can bring focus to reading. In my case, the book introduced me to poets I hadn't known about before. Finklestein divides Jewish poets into to groups which basically fall within the broad divide of Twentieth Century American poetry: the objectivists and the symbolists. The leading objectivist poets are Charles Reznikoff and Louis Zukofsky and their late Twentieth Century successors. Their writing is spare and fact-based.

Norman Finkelstein (born 1954) is an American poet and literary critic. He has written extensively about modern and postmodern poetry and about Jewish American literature. According to Tablet Magazine, Finkelstein's poetry "is simultaneously secular and religious, stately and conversational, prophetic, and circumspect. Finkelstein was born in New York City. from Binghamton University and his P. from Emory University

which Jewish belief, thought, and culture have been shaped and articulated in modern American poetry.

Not One of Them in Place is the first book to examine the ways in which Jewish belief, thought, and culture have been shaped and articulated in modern American poetry. Based on the idea that recent American poetry has gravitated between two traditions-romantic and symbolist on the one hand, modernist and objectivist on the other-Norman Finkelstein provides a theoretical Not One of Them in Place is the first book to examine the ways in which Jewish belief, thought, and culture have been shaped and articulated in modern.

Them in Place is the first book to examine the ways in which Jewish belief, thought, and culture have been shaped and articulated in modern American poetry. Norman Finkelstein is Professor of English at Xavier University. His previous works include two volumes of poetry, Restless Messengers and Track, and The Ritual of New Creation: Jewish Tradition and Contemporary Literature, also published by SUNY Press.

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Not One of Them in Place: Modern Poetry and Jewish American Identity. On Mount Vision: Forms of the Sacred in Contemporary American Poetry. New York: State U P of New York, 2001. Iowa City: U of Iowa P, 2010. An Interview with Armand Schwerner. Talisman: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry and Poetics 19 (Winter 1998–9): 30–44. Galpin, Francis W. The Music of the Sumerians and Their Immediate Successors, the Babylonians and Assyrians.

SUNY Series in Modern Jewish Literature and Culture. Crossing Cultures : Creating Identity in Chinese and Jewish American Literature. Subjects: American poetry Jewish authors History and criticism. American poetry 20th century History and criticism. Group identity in literature. Jews United States Intellectual life. Exiles on Main Street : Jewish American Writers and American Literary Culture. by: Levinson, Julian. Jewish Writing and the Deep Places of the Imagination.

Explores the ways in which Jewish American poetry engages persistent questions of modern Jewish identity. Explores the ways in which Jewish American poetry engages persistent questions of modern Jewish identity.

Not One of Them In Place: Modern Poetry and Jewish American Identity (SUNY, 2002)

Not One of Them In Place: Modern Poetry and Jewish American Identity (SUNY, 2002). Finkelstein page at PennSound. Discussions of Finkelstein's Poetry. UNITED STATES LITERATURE - The Influence of the Bible and Hebrew Culture The Jewish influence on American literary expression predated the actual arrival of Jews in the United States in 1654, for the Puritan culture of New England was marked from the outset by a dee. Encyclopedia of Judaism.

In this analysis of how Jewish thought and cultural identity have been articulated in modern American poetry, the author offers a few clues but does not obsess about what is distinctive about Jewish poetry. Nor does he pursue gender issues in its feminist verse.

Explores the ways in which Jewish American poetry engages persistent questions of modern Jewish identity.

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