Strangers in Berlin modern Jewish literature between East and West, 1919-1933 / Rachel Seelig.
Berlin in the 1920s was a cosmopolitan hub where for a brief, vibrantmoment German-Jewish writers crossed paths with Hebrew and Yiddish migrant writers. Working against the prevailing tendency to view German and East European Jewish cultures as separate fields of study, thisis the first book to pres...
Ann Arbor, Michigan :
University of Michigan Press,
|Series:||Michigan studies in comparative Jewish cultures.