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- Christian Humanist Profiles
The Jewish Literary Explosion
- Assimilation, on both sides
- The face of intellectual America
- Achievement in education
- The New York Intellectuals
- Stage and Screen
What Makes a Jewish Novel?
- Is it a spectrum?
- The Christian Humanist Podcast Family Crest
- Rejection of the category by the writers
- What is ethnicity?
- Regional literature
- The importance of language
The Holocaust and the Jewish-American Novel
- Americans stay in the dark
- Russian treatment of Jews
- Bellow is slow to speak
- Chabon’s frozen chosen
- Suffering as the center of Jewish fiction
Fiction and the Diaspora
- Roth explores his own reception
- Anderson goes a-soap-boxing
- Class and ethnicity in assimilation
- Woody Allen’s great shapeshifter
- Post-assimilation novelists
Is There a Terminus?
- The toll of postmodernity
- The ex-minority’s luxury
- A change in social realities
- Judaism’s portability
Questions for Christians to Ask
- “All men are Jews”
- The Jewish experience as metaphor
- Learning sympathy—and starting with Malamud
- Why read about anybody? Why read at all?
- Making the familiar unfamiliar