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After the Age of Suspicion: The French Novel Today, Yale French Studies, Special Issue
Yale French Studies, Volume 120: Francophone Sub-Saharan African Literature in Global Contexts
Yale French Studies, Volume 124: Walter Benjamin's Hypothetical French Trauerspiel
Literature and the Ethical Question
Yale French Studies, 81: On Leiris
Yale French Studies, Part 1; Post Colonial Conditions: Exiles, Migrations, And...: Post Colonial Conditions: Exiles, Migrations, And...
Yale French Studies, Part 2; Post Colonial Conditions: Exiles, Migrations, And...: Post Colonial Conditions: Exiles, Migrations, And...
Yale French Studies, 86: Corps Mystique, Corps Sacre, Textual Transfigurations of the Body From.
Yale French Studies, 89
Yale French Studies, 90: Same Sex/Different Text? Gay & Lesbian Writing in French
Yale French Studies, 91: Genet: In the Language of the Enemy
Exploring the Conversible World: Text and Sociability from the Classical Age to the Enlightenment
Libertinage and Modernity
Yale French Studies, Number 95: Rereading Allegory: Essays in Memory of Daniel Poirion
Yale French Studies, 96: Commemorative Anthology, Fifty Years of Yale French Studies, 1948-1998 Part 1: 1948-1979
A Commemorative Anthology PT 2
The French Fifties
Yale French Studies: France/USA: The Cultural Wars
Yale French Studies, Number 101: Fragments of Revolution
Yale French Studies, Number 102: Belgian Memories
French and Francophone: The Challenge of Expanding Horizons
Yale French Studies 104: Encounters with Levinas
Yale French Studies 106: The Power of Rhetoric, the Rhetoric of Power: Jean Paulhan's Fiction, Criticism and Editorial Activity
The Haiti Issue: 1804 and Nineteenth-Century French Studies
Yale French Studies, Number 108: Crime Fictions
Yale French Studies, 85: Discourses of Jewish Identity in Twentieth-Century France
Synopses & Reviews
This volume presents voices from a paradoxical community: the Jews of France, long assimilated yet more expressive than ever of their particular concerns. It includes the first accounts of French survivors of death camps; effects of Jewish migration from North Africa to France; and the legacy of existentialism for constructs of Jewish identity.
ISBN: 9780300060157 Editor: Astro, Alan Publisher: Yale University Press Editor: Astro, Alan Author: Astro, Alan Location: New Haven, Conn. : Subject: General Subject: History Subject: Religion Subject: France Subject: Jews Subject: General education. Subject: Jews -- France -- Identity. Subject: Education-General Edition Description: Trade Paper Series: Yale French Studies Series Series Volume: 4 Publication Date: 19940631 Binding: TRADE PAPER Language: English Illustrations: Yes Pages: 272 Dimensions: 9.19x6.12x.83 in. .90 lbs.
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