Anonymity and Jewishness as forms of alienation: Israel Rabon’s The Street

Brygida Gasztold
Anonymity and Jewishness as Forms of Alienation: Israel Rabon’s The Street The article discusses Israel Rabon’s novel The Street (1985), which was originally published in Yiddish in 1928. The novel is set in post-World War I Łódź, Poland and narrates a series of events, whose central figure is an anonymous narrator – a discharged war veteran who aimlessly drifts through life. The textual absence of personal information situates the narrator in a communal void, which...
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