Poles and Jews by Magdalena Opalski
A Failed Brotherhood (Tauber Institute Series for the Study of European Jewry)

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Examines Polish and Jewish perceptions of the rapprochement culminating in Polish national insurrection against Czarist Russia in 1863.

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MAGDALENA OPALSKI is an adjunct professor at the Institute of Soviet and East European Studies at Carleton University, Ottawa. She is author of The Jewish Tavern-keeper and His Tavern in Nineteenth-Century Polish Literature (1986). ISRAEL BARTAL is Professor of Modern Jewish History at Hebrew University, Jerusalem. He is author of the forthcoming Non-Jews and Gentile Society in East European,Hebrew, and Yiddish Literature 1856-1914.
Published December 1, 1992 by Brandeis. 205 pages
Genres: History, Religion & Spirituality, Travel. Non-fiction

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Opalski, a professor of East European studies at Carleton University (in Ottawa), and Bartal, a professor of modern Jewish history at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, bring an unusual perspective to the subject, studying the Polish and Jewish literature of the period to understand ``the myth o...

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