Table Of Content
- About the editors
- About the book
- This eBook can be cited
- List of Figures
- Introduction (Paul Lerner and Frank Stern)
- Part I Documents: Feuchtwanger on Judaism, Jewish History, and Jewish Identity
- Part II Jewish Pasts, Jewish Futures
- 1 Lion Feuchtwanger’s Jewish Historical Consciousness in America (Margrit Frölich)
- 2 Rethinking Jewishness in Dark Times: Feuchtwanger and Arnold Zweig on Judaism, Zionism, and History (Paul Lerner)
- 3 Frühes Christentum in Lion Feuchtwangers Josephus-Trilogie (Detlef Blasche)
- 4 Historical, Political, and Metaphysical Aspects of the East in Feuchtwanger’s Der falsche Nero (Sebastian Musch)
- 5 Caught between Cultures: Lion Feuchtwanger’s Flavius Josephus (Adrian Feuchtwanger)
- Part III Feuchtwanger in Translation: The Literary Imagination Abroad
- 6 Jud Süß in English Translation (Ian Wallace)
- 7 The Soviet Jewish Scripture: Lion Feuchtwanger and the Soviet Jewish Bookshelf (Marat Grinberg)
- 8 Lion Feuchtwanger and the Question of Jewish Identity in Stalinist Russia (Anne Hartmann)
- Part IV Feuchtwanger and Friends: Exile, Identity, and Religion
- 9 „Umwerthung aller Werthe“? Heinrich Mann, Das Zwanzigste Jahrhundert und das Judentum (Michaela Enderle-Ristori)
- 10 Listening in the Waiting Room: Feuchtwanger on the Acoustics of Exile (Sean Nye)
- 11 Aufbau: The Bridge between America and Europe during Lion Feuchtwanger’s Years in Exile (Marje Schuetze-Coburn)
- 12 Anna Seghers and Judaism (Birgit Maier-Katkin)
- Series index
Paul Lerner and Frank Stern (eds)
Feuchtwanger and Judaism
History, Imagination, Exile
Oxford • Bern • Berlin • Bruxelles • New York • Wien
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Names: Feuchtwanger, Lion, 1884-1958, writer of added text. | Lerner, Paul
Frederick, editor. | Stern, Frank, 1944- editor.
Title: Feuchtwanger and Judaism : history, imagination, exile / Paul Lerner and Frank Stern.
Description: 1st edition | Oxford ; Bern ; Berlin ; Bruxelles ; New York ; Wien : Peter Lang,  | Series: Feuchtwanger Studies ; 6 | Includes bibliographical references and index.
Identifiers: LCCN 2019016708 | ISBN 9781788745567 (alk. paper)
Subjects: LCSH: Feuchtwanger, Lion, 1884-1958. | Judaism. | Authors, German--Biography. | Germany--Biography.
Classification: LCC PT2611.E85 Z6345 2019 | DDC 833/.912--dc23
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PAUL LERNER is Professor of History at the University of Southern California specializing in German-Jewish cultural history. He is the author of The Consuming Temple: Jews, Department Stores, and the Consumer Revolution in Germany, 1880–1940 and Hysterical Men: War, Psychiatry and the Politics of Trauma in Germany, 1890–1930 and the editor of works on Jewish consumer culture, Los Angeles as a site of German-American crossings, and German Jews and gender history.
FRANK STERN is Professor for Visual and Contemporary Culture at the University of Vienna specializing in German-Jewish, Austrian-Jewish and Israeli cultural history with a focus an cinema. He is the author of The Whitewashing of the Yellow Badge: Antisemitism and Philosemitism in Postwar Germany and Franz Rosenzweig. Denker der Jüdischen Moderne and the editor of Feuchtwanger und Exil and numerous other publications on film and cultural history.
About the book
This collection of essays is devoted to the Jewish themes that ran through Lion Feuchtwanger’s life, works and worlds. Beginning with a selection of Feuchtwanger’s unpublished writings, speeches, and interviews, the volume examines the author’s approaches to Jewish history, Zionism, Judaism’s relationship to early Christianity and to eastern religions, and Jewish identity through his works, above all his historical fiction. Essays also trace translations of his works into English and Russian, and the meaning of his writing for various communities of Jewish and non-Jewish readers in Britain, North America, and the Soviet Union. A final section frames the issues around Feuchtwanger and Jewishness more broadly by considering the condition of exile and expanding the focus to communities of émigré writers and political figures in North America and beyond.
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Figure 11. Title page of the Russian translation of Feuchtwanger’s The Day Will Come, last volume in the Josephus trilogy, from Feuchtwanger’s collected writings. Photograph by Marat Grinberg. ←xii | 1→
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- Lion Feuchtwanger Jewish History Exile Studies Jewish identity Refugees Zionism Jewish religion Nazi Germany
- Oxford, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, New York, Wien, 2019. XII, 292 pp., 12 fig. b/w