Discourses of Keidansky by Bernard G. Richards

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Author Richards, Bernard G.
Title Discourses of Keidansky
Contents Keidansky decides to leave the social problem unsolved for the present -- He defends the holy Sabbath -- Sometimes he is a Zionist -- Art for Tolstoy's sake -- "Three stages of the game" -- "The badness of a good man" -- "The goodness of a bad man" -- "The feminine traits of men" -- The value of ignorance -- Days of atonement -- Why the world is growing better -- Home, the last resort -- A Jewish jester -- What constitutes the Jew? -- The tragedy of humor -- The immorality of principles -- The exile of the earnest -- Why social reformers should be abolished -- Buying a book in Salem Street -- The purpose of immoral plays -- The poet and the problem -- "My vacation on the East Side" -- Our rivals in fiction -- On enjoying one's own writings.
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Language English
LoC Class PS: Language and Literatures: American and Canadian literature
Subject Jewish literature
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