By Susanne Zepp
As "New Christians" in an illiberal global, those thinkers labored in the tensions in their ancient context to query norms and dogmas. some time past, students have enthusiastic about the Jewish origins of such significant figures in literature and philosophy. via shut readings of those texts, Zepp strikes the controversy clear of the slim query of the authors' origins to target the leading edge methods those authors subverted and transcended conventional genres. She translates the alterations that came about in a number of literary genres and works of the interval in the broader historic context of the 16th and 17th centuries, demonstrating the level to which the improvement of early smooth subjective attention and its expression in literary works should be defined partially as a universalization of initially Jewish experiences.
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An Early Self: Jewish Belonging in Romance Literature, 1499-1627 (Stanford Studies in Jewish History and Culture) by Susanne Zepp
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