Published October 9, 2001
by Schocken .
Written in English
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"The Jewish Century" by Yuri Slezkine is easily the most significant revisionist work ever to be produced by a Jewish scholar. Although the book purports to be a study of the Jewish impress upon the twentieth century, based on the three migrations (1) Jews to America, (2) Jews to Palestine, and (3) Jews from the Soviet countryside to the Soviet cities it is in reality a study of . I know Hadley Freeman from her writing for the Guardian and read her column regularly, so when I found out that she has written a book on the story and secrets of a 20th-century Jewish family I got a copy as soon as one became available in my local library/5. This book analyzes the relationship between the Irish State and the Jewish community in the s. The author assesses Ireland's humanitarian record during the Holocaust and finally traces the history of the Irish Jewish community from the s to the s. Jews in Twentieth-century Ireland: Refugees, Anti-semitism and the Holocaust 4/5(1). But the century also saw the renewal and flourishing of the Jewish community, in Israel, in America, and throughout the Diaspora. The observant, the secular, the people gathered from the ends of the earth – all figure in the vivid portrait of the Jews at the dawn of the Twenty-first Century. Video; Book excerpt; Author's comments.
Jews in the twentieth century. New York: Schocken Books, © (OCoLC) Online version: Gilbert, Martin, Jews in the twentieth century. New York: Schocken Books, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Martin Gilbert. The Jewish Century is a work sure to spark heated debate not only about the Jews, but also about what it means to be modern."—David Biale, editor, Cultures of the Jews: A New History " The Jewish Century is an extraordinarily stimulating and ambitious piece of work that invites debate and controversy. The Jewish Century “The Modern Age is the Jewish Age, and the twentieth century, in particular, is the Jewish Century.” So begins The Jewish Century, Yuri Slezkine’s meticulously researched study of Jews, Modernity, and Jews and Modernity. Slezkine cleverly presents his argument as a dichotomous polemic between “Appolonians” and 3/5(2). The Jewish Century book. Read 28 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. provocative account of the role of jews in the 20th century that cannot be easily written off. The Modern Age is the Jewish Age, and the the twentieth century in particular, is the Jewish century. Modernization is about everyone becoming urban, 4/5.
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