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What Makes Jewish Literature “Jewish”? — Ilan Stavans

Hosted By: Santa Fe Distinguished Lecture Series a program of the Institute for Tolerance Studies

What makes a book Jewish? Is it its content? Its author? Its reader? Can a Jewish book be written by a non-Jew? And can a Jewish book be not explicitly Jewish? In what way is Jewish literature different from all other literature? And does all this matter?

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