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The introduction by Feldman (pp. 15-52), "The Jew as Pariah: The Case of Hannah Arendt (1906-1975)", discusses her life and writings, including her views regarding antisemitism in the 19th-20th centuries. Pp. 240-279 contain material on the controversy over Arendt's book "Eichmann in Jerusalem" - exchanges between her and the scholars Gershom Scholem and Walter Laqueur stating their objections to her views, along with her responses. (From the Bibliography of the Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism)

Title The Jew as pariah : Jewish identity and politics in the modern age / Hannah Arendt
edited and with an introd. by Ron H. Feldman.
Additional Titles Zionism and the Jewish State
The Eichmann controversy
The Pariah as rebel
Edition 1st Evergreen ed.
Co-Author Feldman, Ron H.
Publisher New York : Grove Press : distributed by Random House
Creation Date 1978
Notes Includes index.
A collection of essays and letters, written from 1942-1966.
The essays are organized into three sections: Pt.1. The Pariah as rebel.--Pt. 2. Zionizm and the Jewish State.-- Pt. 3. The Eichmann conroversy.
Bibliography: p. 280.
Format 288 pages
21 cm.
Language English
Call Number 16750.2
Identifier ISBN0394501608
System Number 990019060460205171

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