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Shemtov, Vered and Chen Bar-Itzhak (eds.). 2019. Literary Multilingualism (special issue), Dibur Literary Journal.

We are excited to announce the publication of "Literary Multilingualism", the seventh issue of Dibur Literary Journal, co-edited by Vered K. Shemtov and Chen Bar-Itzhak. The issue explores multilingual literature from a variety of perspectives, highlighting its creative force and its political, aesthetic and formal aspects.

You can read the new issue online:

https://arcade.stanford.edu/dibur_issue/literary-multilingualism

Dibur Literary Journal is an open-access, peer-reviewed academic journal based at Stanford University, devoted to the study of Hebrew, Jewish and Comparative Literature. It is part of Stanford's Division of Literatures, Cultures and Languages' Arcade project.

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Literary Multilingualism: Representation, Form, Interpretation | Chen Bar-Itzhak

On the Frontier: Eugene Jolas and Multilingual Modernism | Juliette Taylor-Batty

Accent and Silence in Literary Multilingualism: On Postarabic Poetics | Lital Levy

The Hotel as Translation Site: Place and Non-place, Difference and Indifference | Sherry Simon

With the Loss of a Master-Signifier: Modernism and Translation in Lamed Shapiro's American Yiddish Stories | Danny Luzon

Multilingual Anxiety and the Invention of the Hebrew Native: A Reading of a Hebrew Feuilleton by S. Ben Zion | Roni Henig

The Many Lives of Sabina: 'Trashy' Fiction and Multilingualism | Naomi Brenner

Does Literary Translingualism Matter? Reflections on the Translingual and Isolingual Text | Steven G. Kellman

The Ramshackle House: Who Does Arabic Belong to When It Is Present in Literature? Thoughts about Literature, Arabic, and Hebrew | Ronit Matalon

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