Theodor Herzl: From Europe to Zion

Mark Howard Gelber (Editor), Vivian Liska (Editor)

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Abstract

In 2004 the one-hundredth anniversary of Theodor Herzl’s death was commemorated throughout the world. The myth of Herzl, as it has developed over the last century, has perhaps become more important than the historical figure. This volume contains revised and expanded essays, which were originally delivered as lectures at international Herzl centennial conferences in Antwerp, London, and Jerusalem. Topics treated include the Herzl myth, Herzl’s nationalism and Zionism, his self-understanding and image, his authorship of comedies and philosophical tales, Herzl and Africa, as well as his reception in Israeli and other literature. Zweig films are also considered within this same context.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherMax Niemeyer Verlag
Number of pages256
ISBN (Print) 9783484651678
StatePublished - 2007

Publication series

NameConditio Judaica
Volume67

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