Heine's Jewish Comedy: A Study of His Portraits of Jews and Judaism

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"Thoroughly readable....A fascinating introduction to the world of the Jew in 19th-century Europe, viewed through the eyes of a brilliant and perceptive artist."--AB Bookman's Weekly. "A first-rate eye-opener, a fascinating compendium of the profound struggle toward a more integrated humanity."--Choice. The work of the great 19th-century German poet Heine is rich with verbal portraits of Jews: men and women, real and imaginary, contemporary and historical, ranging from Karl Marx and the Rothschilds to Spinoza and characters ...

Heine's Jewish Comedy: A Study of His Portraits of Jews and Judaism 1986, Oxford University Press, USA, Oxford, England

ISBN-13: 9780198158349

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Heine's Jewish Comedy: A Study of His Portraits of Jews and Judaism 1983, Oxford University Press, USA, Oxford, England

ISBN-13: 9780198157779

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