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After a survey of the image of the Jews throughout Russian history, proceeds to study works by five authors of post-Soviet detective fiction: Alexandra Marinina, P. Dashkova, Friedrich Neznanski, Changiz Abdulaev, and Boris Akunin. Notes that Jews do not appear as heroes who solve crimes. States that none of these authors supports antisemitism and some even condemn it. However, Jewish stereotypes, such as greedy moneymakers, are common in their works. Sometimes Jews are shown as having been victimized by antisemitism, but also as overreacting. In all cases, Israel is presented more positively than in the anti-Zionist Soviet era. Overall, Jewish images are mixed, combining positive and negative features, with the ratios varying in different works. (From the Bibliography of the Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism)

כותר Stereotypes of Jews and Israel in Russian detective fiction / by Shimon Kreiz.
מוציא לאור Jerusalem : Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism
שנה c2005
הערות Includes bibliographical references.
סדרה Analysis of current trends in antisemitism
no. 26
תיאור 54 pages
24 cm.
שפה אנגלית
מספר מערכת 990025696590205171
תצוגת MARC

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