2. MODERN JEWISH STUDIES ANNUAL III
(Vol V.No 2, 1979) YIDDISH Vol. IV No 1, 1979

Articles:
Daniel Walden:
Bellow, Malamud, and Roth: Part of the Continuum, 5

Bonniw Lyons:
Bellow, Malamud, Roth and the American Jewish Genre:
Alive and Well,  8

Leslie Field:
Philip Roth: Days of Whine and Moses, 11

Keith Opdahl:
The Discussion: Refining the Issues, 15

Barbara Gitenstein:
Saul Bellow and the Yiddish Literary Tradition, 24

Arnold L. Goldsmith:
“A Curse on Columbus: Twentieth Century Jewish-American Fiction and the Theme of Disillusionment, 47

Mark Krupnick:
The Menorah Journal Group and
the Origins of Modern Jewish American Radicalism, 56

David Engel:
The “Discrepancies” of the Modern: Toward a Revaluation of Abraham Cahan’s The Rise of David Levinsky, 68

Philip J. Klukoff:
Beyond Melodrama: The Narrative Vision of Berl Borwinik, 92

Seth Wolitz:
Velt-Barg-Arop, 98

Kathryn Hellerstein:
Moyshe-Leyb Halpern’s New Spring Song, 107

Book Reviews:
Bonnie Lyons, Comic Relief: Humor in Contemporary American Literature, Edited by Sarah Blacher Cohen, 118

Notes on Contributors, 120

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