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The play, of blessed memory : the Dybbuk as imagined and reconstructed Jewishness in the Gilgul Theatre's 'Exile Trilogy'

Prior, Yoni 2006, The play, of blessed memory : the Dybbuk as imagined and reconstructed Jewishness in the Gilgul Theatre's 'Exile Trilogy', Teʼaṭron, vol. 18, pp. 18-24.

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Title The play, of blessed memory : the Dybbuk as imagined and reconstructed Jewishness in the Gilgul Theatre's 'Exile Trilogy'
Author(s) Prior, YoniORCID iD for Prior, Yoni orcid.org/0000-0001-7011-4554
Journal name Teʼaṭron
Volume number 18
Start page 18
End page 24
Publisher ʻAmutat ha-yetsirah ha-teʼaṭronit be-Yiśraʼel / General Union of Writers' in Israel
Place of publication Tel-Aviv, Israel
Publication date 2006
ISSN 1565-155X
Summary I have quite distinct memories of my first encounters with people I identified as Jews. In the 1970's, when I was in my teens, I made friends with a group of Jewish girls, and was invited to their homes, most of which were in the Melbourne (Australia) suburb of Caulfield, which had one of the highest proportions of Jewish inhabitants in the city. I was growing up opposite a golf-course in an increasingly affluent, beachside, bleached-blonde outer suburb whose micro-culture epitomised entrenched Anglo-Australian values; good manners, regular hours, discreet display of wealth, restrained emotion, mid-week tennis, weekends on the beach. Entree to the homes of these Jewish families provided my fairly romantic and uncritical eye with a glimpse of another world....
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Language eng
Field of Research 190499 Performing Arts and Creative Writing not elsewhere classified
HERDC Research category C1 Refereed article in a scholarly journal
Copyright notice ©2006, General Union of Writers' in Israel
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