5. MODERN JEWISH STUDIES  ANNUAL V
(YIDDISH VOL 5, No 4, Fall 1984)

Joseph C. Landis and Daniel Walden, Editors

Daniel Walden:
Reflections on Columbus’ Medine:
The Myth and the Realily of the Jewish Immigrant’s New World, 1880-1915,  5

Jules Chametzky:
Immigrant Fiction as Cultural Mediation, 14

Frances Farber:
Yiddish Voices in American Jewish Fiction, 22

R. Barbara Gitenstein
Reznikoff’s By the Waters of Manhattan and
Gold’s Jews Without Money,   42

Richard J. Fein:
Fear, Fatherhood and desire in Call it Sleep,   49

Judith Ruderman:
Upside-Down in Good as Gold: Moishe Kapoyer as Muse,  55

Nora Glickman:
Viñas’s En la Semana Trágica: A Novelist’s Focus on an
Argentine Pogrom,  64

Edward H. Friedman:
Marginal Narrative: Levels of Discourse in La vida a Plazos de Don Jacobo, 72

Myron I. Lichtblau:
The Young Jew in Buenos Aires: Bernardo Verbitzky’s It’s Hard to Begin Living,   82

Jean Jofen:
The Jewish Element in the Work of Franz Kafka,  87

Karen Lynn:
The Mormon: Zion and the Jewish Golden Land, 107

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