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Eric Chaim Kline, Bookseller
Item #28605 The Uprooted, A Study of the Protagonist in Three Novels: Be'en matarah (Without a Goal) by Yeshayahu Bershadski (1897); Shekhol vekhishalon (Breakdown and Bereavement) by Josef Hayyim Brenner (1920); and Sippur pahut (A Simple Story) by Shmuel Yosef Agnon (1935) [A dissertation submitted in partial satisfaction of the requirements for the degree Doctor of Philosophy in Near Eastern Languages and Literatures]. William Cutter.
The Uprooted, A Study of the Protagonist in Three Novels: Be'en matarah (Without a Goal) by Yeshayahu Bershadski (1897); Shekhol vekhishalon (Breakdown and Bereavement) by Josef Hayyim Brenner (1920); and Sippur pahut (A Simple Story) by Shmuel Yosef Agnon (1935) [A dissertation submitted in partial satisfaction of the requirements for the degree Doctor of Philosophy in Near Eastern Languages and Literatures]
The Uprooted, A Study of the Protagonist in Three Novels: Be'en matarah (Without a Goal) by Yeshayahu Bershadski (1897); Shekhol vekhishalon (Breakdown and Bereavement) by Josef Hayyim Brenner (1920); and Sippur pahut (A Simple Story) by Shmuel Yosef Agnon (1935) [A dissertation submitted in partial satisfaction of the requirements for the degree Doctor of Philosophy in Near Eastern Languages and Literatures]

The Uprooted, A Study of the Protagonist in Three Novels: Be'en matarah (Without a Goal) by Yeshayahu Bershadski (1897); Shekhol vekhishalon (Breakdown and Bereavement) by Josef Hayyim Brenner (1920); and Sippur pahut (A Simple Story) by Shmuel Yosef Agnon (1935) [A dissertation submitted in partial satisfaction of the requirements for the degree Doctor of Philosophy in Near Eastern Languages and Literatures]

Los Angeles: University of California, 1971. Hardcover. Quarto. XI, 249, [1] leafs. Black cloth with gold lettering on spine. This study grew out of a desire to examine the ways in which an author builds the characterization of his protagonist. Cutter deals more exclusively with the uprooted Jew, both as a character type and in terms of the aesthetic means an author uses to develop him. This is not an historical survey, although some effort is made to create a sense of development in modern Hebrew literature between 1897 and 1935. Ex-libris of previous owner on inside of front cover (Hebrew Union College) and stamp on top edge. Some age-toning along paper margin. Mimeographed text. Binding in overall very good, interior in good+ to very good condition. vg. Item #28605

Price: $150.00

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