by Jewish Studies Program, University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, Penn .
Written in English
|Contributions||University of Pennsylvania. Jewish Studies Program.|
|LC Classifications||PS3566.O69 Z67 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||22 p. :|
|Number of Pages||22|
Now, in Chaim Potok: Confronting Modernity Through the Lens of Tradition, Walden has once again demonstrated his deft understanding of the subject. Pulling together an impressive array of contributors and working with some of the most prominent Jewish American literary scholars today, Walden presents us with a vast tapestry displaying the many Reviews: 2. of Jewish-American culture, conservative Jewish communities. In order to understand Jewish-American culture in the United States one must first understand the much broader spectrum of Jewish-American history. An appropriate introduction to Jewish-American history is encapsulated in an excerpt from Chaim Potok’s book of Jewish history, Wanderings:Author: Sarah Anne Hamner. Details Subject(s) Potok, Chaim Related name. University of Pennsylvania. Jewish Studies Program; Contents Introduction / David Stern -- "Changing the chosen: a re-appraisal of Chaim Potok's The Chosen" / Hugh Nissenson -- Chaim Potok: a Zwischenmensch ("Between-person") in the cultures / Daniel Walden -- Chaim Potok and the question of Jewish writing / Jonathan Rosen -- Contributors. How Chaim Potok Illuminated The American Orthodox Community This article was selected as one of three finalist essays in the Fresh Ink for Teens' Student Writing Contest.
Chaim Potok was a world-class writer and scholar, a Conservative Jew who wrote from and about his tradition and the conflicts between observance and acculturation. With a plain, straightforward style, his novels were set against the moral, spiritual, and intellectual currents of the twentieth century. This collection aims to widen the lens through which we read Chaim Potok and to establish him. The Chosen, Potok’s first novel, is part of a larger tradition of twentieth-century Jewish-American literature, which includes the authors Abraham Cahan, Henry Roth, Bernard Malamud, Saul Bellow, Philip Roth, and Cynthia Ozick. The tensions between tradition and modern American life is a frequent theme in Jewish literature and, more broadly. Chaim Potok was a world-class writer and scholar, a Conservative Jew who wrote from and about his tradition and the conflicts between observance and acculturation. With a plain, straightforward style, his novels were set against the moral, spiritual, and intellectual currents of the twentieth Price: $ STUDY GUIDE FOR CHAIM POTOK'S THE CHOSEN by Cengage Learning Gale () Chaim Potok and Jewish-American culture: three essays: [a memorial symposium, Jewish Studies Program, University of Pennsylvania] (Book).
(Chaim Potok, "The Invisible Map of Meaning: A Writer's Confrontation," Triquarterly, Spring ) The result off such mapmaking has been an insider's look into opposing worldviews--conservative Jewish-American culture and twentieth-century secularism: clashing values, beliefs, ideas, and dreams. Potok's best-known works‚ The Chosen () and The Promise (), for example‚ examine Jewish culture and their relationships inside American society. A trained rabbi, Potok was an important figure in 20th century Jewish-American literature, both nationally and in Pennsylvania. Chaim Potok was an American Jewish author and rabbi, whose most famous book was The Chosen, a novel which was listed on The New York Times’ best seller list for 39 weeks and sold more than 3,, of his novels are set in the urban environments in . Chaim Potok: Confronting Modernity Through the Lens of Tradition (Studies in American Jewish Literature) (English Edition) eBook: Walden, Daniel: : Tienda Kindle1/5(1).