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Title Modernity, culture, and 'the Jew' / edited by Bryan Cheyette and Laura Marcus.
Published Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, 1998
Detail xx, 297 p. ; 23 cm
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Added Author Cheyette, Bryan
  Bhabha, Homi K. Foreword: Joking Aside: The Idea of a Self-Critical Community
  Marcus, Laura. Introduction: Some Methodological Anxieties
  Cheyette, Bryan. Introduction: Some Methodological Anxieties
  Robertson, Ritchie. Historicizing Weininger: The Nineteenth-Century German Image of the Feminized Jew
  Santner, Eric L. My Own Private Germany: Daniel Paul Schreber's Secret History of Modernity
  Boyarin, Daniel. Goyim Naches, or, Modernity and the Manliness of the Mentsh
  Radford, Jean. The Woman and the Jew: Sex and Modernity
  Pick, Daniel. Powers of Suggestion: Svengali and the Fin-de-Siecle
  Patterson, Ian. 'The Plan behind the Plan': Russians, Jews and Mythologies of Change: The Case of Mary Butts
  Bauman, Zygmunt. Allosemitism: Premodern, Modern, Postmodern
  Outhwaite, William. Habermas: Modernity as Reflection
  Feldman, David. Was Modernity Good for the Jews?
  Bennington, Geoffrey. Lyotard and 'the Jews'
  Silverman, Max. Re-Figuring 'the Jew' in France
  Young, James E. The Arts of Jewish Memory in a Postmodern Age
  Kushner, Tony. Remembering to Forget: Racism and Anti-Racism in Postwar Britain
  Rose, Gillian. Beginnings of the Day: Fascism and Representation
  Wood, Nancy. The Victim's Resentments
  Cheyette, Bryan. The Ethical Uncertainty of Primo Levi
  Gilroy, Paul. Afterword: Not Being Inhuman
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