[Anténe, Petr. Howard Jacobson's novels in the context of contemporary British Jewish literature]

Author: Weiss, Michaela
Source document: Brno studies in English. 2020, vol. 46, iss. 2, pp. 302-305
Extent
302-305
  • ISSN
    0524-6881 (print)
    1805-0867 (online)
Type
Review
Language
English
Document
References:
[1] Brauner, David (2014) Fetishizing the holocaust: Comedy and transatlantic connections in Howard Jacobson's "Kalloki Nights" . European Judaism: A Journal for the New Europe 47 (2), 21–29.

[2] Brauner, David (2020) Howard Jocabson . Manchester: Manchester University Press.

[3] Gracombe, Sarah (2020) 'Precious Books': Conversion, Nationality and the Novel, 1810–2010 . In: Theodor Dunkelgrűn and Paweł Maciejko (eds.) Bastards and Believers. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 182–206.

[4] Gasiorek, Andrzej (2012) Michael Chabon, Howard Jacobson, and Post-Holocaust Fiction . Contemporary Literature 53 (4), 875–903. | DOI 10.1353/cli.2012.0037

[5] Wally, Johannes (2017) The return of political fiction? An analysis of Howard Jacobson's Pussy (2017) and Ali Smith's Autumn (2016) as first reactions to the phenomena 'Donald Trump' and 'Brexit' in contemporary British literature . AAA: Arbeiten aus Anglistik und Amerikanistik 43 (1), 63–86.

[6] Witcombe, Mike (2016) A comedy of eruvs: (Re)Locating Jewish identity in Michael Chabon's The Yiddish Policemen's Union and Howard Jacobson's J . Shofar 34 (4), 29–51. | DOI 10.5703/shofar.34.4.0029