Theodor Herzl: From Assimilation to Zionism

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Indiana University Press, 1993-11-22 - 240 psl.

"An original and brilliant thesis, exposing a long misunderstood figure. A great book." -- Bernard Avishai

"Excellent... a highly revealing portrait that demolishes Herzl-the-icon." -- Michael Marrus

"Other biographers... have illuminated aspects of [Herzl's] life, but none has been able to produce the kind of intellectual biography that we have here. Jacques Kornberg has done an admirable job of plumbing the depths of Herzl's mind to try to come to an understanding of just why he became a Zionist and why he was literally consumed with promoting Zionist goals." -- Cithara

"With compassion and critical balance, placing his subject well within his Austrian milieu, Kornberg analyzes Herzl's rhetoric, tergiversations, and profound ambivalence over his politics and identity."Â -- Choice

"... a masterful display of the sources... " -- American Historical Review

"... stimulating, provocative and agreeably iconoclastic... powerful and compelling." -- German History

A novel and provocative explanation of Theodor Herzl's founding of Zionism as a way of resolving his personal crisis over his Jewish identity.

 

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In 1899, Herzl claimed that he became a Zionist under the influence of the Dreyfus trial, which he witnessed as a journalist. This revealing volume, which covers Herzl's life from 1878 to 1896 ... Skaityti visą apžvalgą

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From AustroGerman Assimilationist to Zionist
1
PART I Herd in the 1880s
11
PART II Vienna in the 1890s
87
PART III Herzl in the 1890s
113
Abbreviations
201
Notes
202
Selected Bibliography
226
Index
235
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JACQUES KORNBERG teaches history at the University of Toronto. The author of articles on German intellectual history and on Zionism, he is editor of At the Crossroads: Essays on Ahad Ha-Am.

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