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The Pale of Settlement stories by Margot Singer

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Published by University of Georgia Press in Athens .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Jews -- Identity -- Fiction,
  • Jewish diaspora -- Fiction

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementMargot Singer.
GenreFiction.
SeriesThe Flannery O"Connor Award for Short Fiction
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3619.I572447 2007
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17891698M
ISBN 100820330000
ISBN 109780820330006
LC Control Number2007015079
OCLC/WorldCa123119828

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PALE OF SETTLEMENT (Rus. Cherta [postoyannoy yevreyskoy] osedlosti), territory within the borders of czarist Russia wherein the residence of Jews was legally for the area in which Jewish settlement was permissible in Russia came into being when Russia was confronted with the necessity of adjusting to a Jewish element within its borders, from which Jews had been excluded since Erika Dreifus. University of Georgia Press, $ (hardcover) I should confess at the outset that some of my enthusiasm for Margot Singer’s Flannery O’Connor-prizewinning collection of linked stories, The Pale of Settlement, stems from a deep sense of connection: I identify with Singer’s protagonist, Susan Stern, a Jewish-American woman who is a grandchild, on her father’s side, of /selections/review-of-margot-singers-the-pale-of-settlement.   The strength of the book is in its scope. This book seeks to explain and explore a process, a journey, that is well known, well documented, but little explored: the making of revolutionaries in the Pale of Settlements, who fought against discrimination (class- and ethnicity- based).   Since Sudilkov lay squarely in the middle of the Pale of Settlement, it is worthwhile taking a closer look at this historical region. Roughly speaking, the Pale extended from the Prussian border and the Baltics in the north to the Black Sea and the Crimean Peninsula in the south. It was bounded to the west by the Austro-Hungarian Empire and to the east by a vast artificial frontier created and

  The triumph of Singer's The Pale of Settlement is that we enjoy the questions as much as any answers that might appear.. NPR's All Things Considered - Alan Cheuse Should reassure us that the short story remains a deliciously shape-shifting genre The stories in The Pale of Settlement make a strong impression, offering a debut collection that is mature, confident, and :// The Pale of Settlement is a collection of linked stories, which means you get two pleasures: the pleasure of the individual stories on their own, and the pleasure of their interconnections, which is to say the novelistic pleasure of a larger accumulating story. They all center around Susan, a character in a range of complex relationships: with   This book examines the emotional aspects of revolutionary experience during a critical turning point in both Russian and Jewish history - the revolution. Shtakser argues that radicalization involved an emotional transformation, which enabled many young revolutionaries to develop an activist Uncovering Our Roots: The Pale Of Settlement. Several years ago a book and then a television miniseries captured our attention. The story was Roots, and in it the author traced his family’s history all the way back to Africa.. An understanding of our family background—how our ancestors lived and how they came to the United States from their countries of origin—satisfies a curiosity in