Henryk Heine and the matter of the identity of german jews in the 19th century

25 XI 2014, 11:00 am

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Heine was the most popular German-language poet of the 19th century. He belonged to the first generation of authors of Jewish-German literature and he aroused lively controversies both as an assimilated Jew and as an advocate of radically democratic ideas. Disputes over the figure of Heine will be outlined in the context of creation of new forms of identity in the community circle of German Jews.

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