Jewish American Literature

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Finally, contemporary Jewish American fiction has become geographically diverse. Early works were overwhelmingly urban, set in places such as Brooklyn, the Lower East Side, and Newark. From Goodman's Hawaii, to Steve Stern's Memphis, to Robert Cohen's New Mexico, the varied settings of contemporary Jewish American literature reflect the geographical dispersion of Jewish Americans.

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