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by Paul Reitter

  • ISBN: 1441166858
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Paul Reitter
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic (June 18, 2015)
  • Pages: 296
  • ePub book: 1882 kb
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Paul Reitter has won acclaim as both a scholar and a public critic for his writing on German Jewish culture in the twentieth century

Paul Reitter has won acclaim as both a scholar and a public critic for his writing on German Jewish culture in the twentieth century. Bambi's Jewish Roots brings together the best of Reitter's essayistic work, exploring the lives of well-known figures and revealing surprising new perspectives

Bambi's Jewish Roots brings together the best of Reitter's essayistic work, exploring the lives of well-known figures and revealing surprising new perspectives.

Bambi's Jewish Roots brings together the best of Reitter's essayistic work, exploring the lives of well-known figures and revealing surprising new perspectives. These include how Felix Salten's Zionist commitments manifest themselves in his most famous work, the novel Bambi; what Gershom Scholem's diaries tell us about his development as a thinker and person; why German-Jewish writers hated Stefan Zweig so passionately; where myth-busting books about Franz Kafka have indulged in myth-building; how Freud's Moses and Monotheism offers a theory.

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Article in Journal of Modern Jewish Studies 17(4):1-2 · August 2018 with 5 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. DOI: 1. 080/14725886.

Bambi’s Jewish Roots. Paul Reitter teaches in the German department at Ohio State. I am thinking, above all, of Bambi’s encounters with the elk. It turns out that Bambi’s father isn’t the only royalty in the forest. He is the author of On the Origins of Jewish Self-Hatred (Princeton University Press) and recently collaborated with Jonathan Franzen on The Kraus Project: Essays by Karl Kraus (Farrar, Straus and Giroux). More by Paul Reitter.

Paul Reitter has won acclaim as both a scholar and a public critic for his writing on German Jewish culture in the twentieth century.

Bambi's Jewish Roots brings together the best of Reitter's essayistic work, exploring the lives of well-known figures and revealing surprising new perspectives. These include how Felix Salten's Zionist commitments manifest themselves in his most famous work, the novel Bambi; what Gershom Scholem's diaries tell us about his development as a thinker and person; why German-Jewish writers hated Stefan Zweig so passionately; where myth-busting books about Franz Kafka have indulged in myth-building; how Freud's Moses and Monotheism offers a theory of Jewish self-hatred more than an explanation of anti-Semitism; and why Heinrich Heine felt aburning need to distance himself from his fellow liberal Jewish critic Ludwig Börne.

The works collected here, many of which were originally published in forums such as the New York Review of Books, London Review of Books, the Times Literary Supplement, The Nation, Harper's Magazine, and the Jewish Review of Books, have earned Reitter his reputation as a witty, erudite, and deeply illuminating critic.