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Rosenberg, Warren. (2001). Legacy of Rage: Jewish Masculinity, Violence, and Culture. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press.
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2. ‘Devoted to Destruction’: God and Violence in the Hebrew Scriptures.
3. ‘A Heritage of Rage’: Golems and Gimpels in Jewish Literature of the Early Twentieth Century.
4. White Negroes and Protestant Jews: Norman Mailer’s Hybrid Heroes and Jewish Male Violence.
5. Mailer’s Brothers: The ‘Counterlife’ of Violence in Saul Bellow, Bernard Malamud, and Philip Roth.
6. Jewish Men with Guns: Remasculinization in Contemporary Jewish American Literature and Film.
7. Beyond Mailer: Imagining an End to Violence in Cynthia Ozick and Tony Kushner.
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