A full-length critical inquiry into the complex interrelationship between the British poet and the Jews.
The Sephardic Folktale
A groundbreaking and comprehensive study of the Sephardic folktale as it relates to group identity and narrative culture.
Translator-Authors in the Age of Goethe
A new perspective on the principal developments in translation practice and theory in Germany during the Age of Goethe with emphasis on the work of Goethe, Hölderlin, and Kleist as translators.
The Jerusalem Trial of Adolf Eichmann
A detailed historical account of Adolf Eichmann's trial that changed attitudes toward Holocaust survivors in Israeli society.
Tales from the Sephardic Tradition
A collection of fifty-four Judeo-Spanish folktales taken from the rich heritage of Sephardic oral storytelling and translated into English for the first time.
A New and Updated Edition
A collection of modern Hebrew poetry that presents the poems in the original Hebrew, with an English phonetic transcription.
Inmate #6582 in Ravensbrück Concentration Camp for Women
One woman's memories of her deportation to Ravensbrück Concentration Camp for Women in July 1941.
Selected Poems of Kadya Molodowsky
A collection of poems by an accomplished modern Yiddish poet.
Memoirs of East European Jewish Life Before World War Ii
Profiles of a Lost World is a source of information about Eastern Europe before World War II.
German Missionary to the Michigan Indians, 1847-1853
This is an historical account of a Lutheran missionary's life with American Indians in central lower Michigan in the 19th century.
A heart-rendering history of the systematic, unrelenting destruction of human dignity and individual will.
Originally published in 1966, An Anthology of Modern Yiddish Poetry was the first bilingual anthology to feature the rich, spirited, and passionate Yiddish poetry of the twentieth century
Selected Poems of Rukhl Fishman, a Bilingual Edition
Selected poems from Rukhl Fishman.
An Attempt to Lay a Foundation for the Study of Society and History
As a contribution to the issue of the methodologies of the humanities and social sciences, the Introduction works to address issues of the human sciences and their place in relations to natural sciences.
A Study in the Fantastic
Broader than a thematic study, however, Lévy's analysis is unique in his use of Lovecraft's work as a model for fantastic writing in general and in his provocative theory as to why Lovecraft wrote the sort of works he did.
Ferro discusses how film reveals the conscious values of its creators, the dominant ideology of the society in which the film was created, and also unconscious or subverted meanings and values.
An English Prose Version
Ralph Nash, in his approach to Gerusalemme Liberata, concluded that a close, fluent translation in prose of Tasso's epic would offer the most successful rendering of this important chivalric romance.