- Title Pages
- Part I The European Cities of Modernist Hebrew Fiction
- One Spatializing the Margins
- Two Odessa and Warsaw
- Three Homel and Lvov
- Four London
- Five Vienna
- Six Berlin
- Seven The Sexual Turn in Modernist Fiction of Fin de Siècle Europe
- Eight “I Am So Weak and My Desire Is So Strong”
- Nine In the House and in the Gardens
- Ten Writing, Masculinity, and Sexual Desire
- Eleven Imagining the Beloved
- Part III Tradition, Modernity, and Religious Experience in Modernist Hebrew Fiction
- Twelve Old Wine in New Flasks
- Thirteen In the Shadow of God
- Fourteen Mysterium Tremendum The Varieties of Religious Experience in Hebrew Modernism
- Fifteen Out of the Depths
- Appendix The Meaning of Hasidism and Its Echoes in Modern Hebrew Literature (1906)<sup>1</sup>
While the aim of this book has been to explore Hebrew modernist fiction in Europe in the early decades of the twentieth century, its findings also shed new light on the nature of the changes in Hebrew modernism between the mid-1920s and the mid-1940s in both Europe and Palestine. This epilogue explores European modernism in Palestine, and the important developments in Hebrew literature and culture in this period.
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