Critical Essays On Isaac Bashevis Singer
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Critical Essays On Isaac Bashevis Singer

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This volume presents a bibliographical history of Nobel Prize Winner Isaac Bashevis Singer, and traces the issues which have become most important in discussions of Singer's work, including the controversy surrounding the primacy of his English texts. Reviews and essays by such luminaries as Susan Sontag, Ted Hughes, Irving Howe, and Leslie Fiedler span Singer's entire car...more
Hardcover, 227 pages
Published March 20th 1996 by Twayne Publishers
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