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    The Politics of Anti-Semitism

    The Politics of Anti-Semitism (ISBN 1902593774) is a book edited by Alexander Cockburn and Jeffrey St. Clair and published by AK Press in 2003. Contributors include former U.S. Representative Cynthia McKinney, British foreign correspondent Robert Fisk, former senior CIA analysts Bill and Kathy Christison, professor of philosophy Michael Neumann, Capitol Hill staffer George Sutherland, assistant professor of political science and author Norman Finkelstein, Israeli Uri Avnery, Shaheed Alam and Israeli journalists Neve Gordon and Yigal Bronner as well as Will Yeoman, Kurt Nimmo and Anne Pettifer. The editors Alexander Cockburn and Jeffrey St. Clair allege "false accusations of antisemitism are used to silence Israel's critics", and write about the USS Liberty incident.
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    The Bridal Canopy

    The Bridal Canopy (Hebrew: הכנסת כלה‎, Hakhnasat Kallah), a novel by Shmuel Yosef Agnon, is considered to be one of the first classics of modern Hebrew literature. At the time of its publication in 1931, Hebrew had only recently been revived as a spoken language. Although Jewish commentators and writers continued to write in Hebrew, it was not a spoken language for nearly 2000 years. In 1966, Agnon shared the Nobel Prize in Literature, the first author to do so while writing in modern Hebrew. Agnon's novel describes the fictional wanderings of Reb Yudel through the Jewish villages of Galicia at the beginning of the 19th century, in search of a bridegroom and a dowry for his daughter. A modern critic described Agnon's fictional Reb Yudel as "naively pious." Others have characterized the fictional Reb Yudel as a Jewish archetype of Don Quixote. Avraham Holtz has explored the roots of Agnon's central character in a character from Yiddish folklore, Reb Yudel Hasid.
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