2 edition of Jews in business and their representation in German literature, 1827-1934 found in the catalog.
Jews in business and their representation in German literature, 1827-1934
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||British and Irish studies in German language and literature -- v. 53|
|LC Classifications||PT749.J4 .W37 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010009559|
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Get this from a library. Jews in business and their representation in German literature, [John Ward]. Having spent many years in Italy, he returned to Ireland and to German studies in and was awarded a First Class Honours M.A.
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Search Name. Drawing on Passion plays, hagiographical narratives and didactic literature, this monograph reveals a hitherto largely unacknowledged diversity in medieval German representations of Jews.
In many of the best-attested texts from the late medieval and early modern periods, Jews appear in German literature as sympathetic, even morally exemplary : John D.
Martin. The Jews in American literature have various social positions and vocations reflecting their real role in the United States at the time. During the years when the United States was emerging as a nation, Jews were portrayed as bankers who served as negotiators between the Barbary piracy and Americans.
The German-Jewish Economic Elite ( – ) 1. The spirit of capitalism: Sombart versus Weber 2. Religious ideas refers to the original German book, Weber () 1827-1934 book the English translation.
9 Weber "viewed the innovation-averse economic ethos of the Jews as 'traditional' and noted their absence among the heroic entrepreneurs in the. I was reading Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler and got to chapter 4, about 1/3 of the way thru, then took a break and read The Jews and Their Lies by Martin Luther.
The transition from one book to the other was so smooth it felt like it was an extra chapter within Mein Kampf itself/5(58). 'My Family for the War', set in Europe during WWII, shows yet another side to the many stories of Jewish persecution and turmoil.
Franziska(or Ziska or Frances) is a young girl of Jewish descent who leaves Nazi Germany via kindertransport and travels to London where she anxiously awaits a foster family to take her in/5().
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The effect on Heine was rather to divert his attention from Jewish matters to German literature, and from to he produced a series of poems and sketches of travel which practically placed him at the head of German literature, culminating as they did in the "Buch der Lieder," one of the most exquisite volumes of lyric verse produced by.
Jews forced to add the names Sarah or Israel to their own; Kristallnacht (9 November) - a night of terrible violence in Germany. German and Austrian Jews are murdered, synagogues burnt and desecrated and shop windows destroyed.
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The Jews aspired, some of them fervently, to become integral members of the new societies, and to participate fully in the social and cultural life of the country. The boys whose story is told in this book came from towns and villages whose Jewish communities played a significant part in the daily life of the region.
Although Jews were less than 1 percent of the population, the Nazi used them as scapegoats for all Germany's troubles since the war. This led to a wave of anti-Semitism across Germany. Beggining inthe Nazis passed laws depriving Jews of most of their rights. Their picks, all published in the past three years, include an investigation into the massacre of Jews in the Polish town of Jedwabne (two scholars recommended the same book on that topic), a critical examination of theories trying to explain the Holocaust and a look at how Adolf Hitler saw Islam as a religion that could be exploited for.
The essays in this volume look at how and when Jews were recognized as reliable and trustworthy in the areas of jurisprudence, medicine, politics, academia, culture, business, and finance. As they explore issues of trust and mistrust, the authors reveal how caricatures of Jews move through religious, political, and legal systems.
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Eliyahu Stern is associate professor of modern Jewish intellectual and cultural history at Yale University. He is the author of The Genius: Elijah of Vilna and the Making of Modern Judaism and has served as a term member on the Council on Foreign Relations and a consultant to the Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw, Poland.