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Writing our way home :contemporary stories by American Jewish writers

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Table of Contents

The eighth day / Max Apple — Something to remember me by / Saul Bellow — Deeds of love and rage / Marsha Lee Berkman — Angel / Michael Chabon — The writer in the family / E. L. Doctorow — Variant text / Allegra Goodman — North light - a recollection in the present tense / Mark Helprin — Building block / Allen Hoffman — Sickness / Johanna Kaplan — April 19th, 1985 / Deirdre Levinson — The silver crown / Bernard Malamud — Enchantment / Daphne Merkin — Murderers / Leonard Michaels — Bloodshed / Cynthia Ozick — Zagrowsky Tells / Grace Paley — The woman who lost her names / Nessa Rapoport — The pagan phallus / Robin Roger — I always wanted you to admire my fasting or Looking at Kafka / Philip Roth — Where is it written? / Adam Schwartz — The melting pot / Lynne Sharon Schwartz — The reverse bug / Lore Segal — A party in Miami Beach / Isaac Bashevis Singer — Three thousand years of your history... take one year yourself / Joanna Spiro — Orchards / Eppie Zore'a.

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(contemporary stories by American Jewish writers )
Schocken Books
New York :
Short stories, American
American fiction
Short stories, jewish
Series Volume:
no. 557
Publication Date:
xxx, 380 p.

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