Writing History Intimately: the House of Jacob, the Quest for Home, and the Other Language
SourceStudies in the Literary Imagination
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The article presents literary criticism of the book "The House of Jacob" by Sylvie Courtine-Denamy. Particular focus is given to the roles of language and homeland in the book. Details on philosopher Julia Kristeva's foreword to the book are presented. Topics discussed include dispossession, inhabitancy, Jewish identity, and abjection.