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Strangers in Berlin: Modern Jewish Literature between East and West, 1919–1933Rachel Seelig 2016
Author Rachel Seelig portrays Berlin during the Weimar Republic as a "threshold" between exile and homeland in which national and artistic commitments were reexamined, reclaimed, and rebuilt. In the pulsating yet precarious capital of Germany's first fledgling democracy, the collision of East and West engendered a broad spectrum of poetic styles and Jewish national identities.