HCU 320 Readings in Modern Hebraic Literature in Translation

Survey of Hebraic literature from the Enlightenment movement to the present reflecting the problem of Jewish identity, the emergency of nationalism and Zionism, the holocaust, and the resurgence of the State of Israel. Emphasis on the writings of Mendele Mocher, Sefarim, Ahad Ha'am, Bialik, Tchernichowsky, Berdichevsky, Brenner, A.D. Gordon, Barash, Agnon, Hazaz, and U.Z. Greenberg, as well as selections from the contemporary Israeli writers.

Credits:

3

Hours

3

Requirement Designation

Regular Liberal Arts

Offered

Fall-Spring