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Investigating (in) Multi-Cultural Jerusalem: Jonathan Kellerman’s The Butcher’s Theatre

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This paper examines Jonathan Kellerman’s 1988 novel “The Butcher’s Theatre” as a means to represent Jerusalem’s citizenry and cityscape. The generic characteristics of the detective novel allow for a realistic depiction and investigation of contemporary Jerusalem and its multiple social and political problems. Kellerman highlights the multicultural and multireligious features of the city instead of representing it as a topos of cultural memory.

Affiliations: 1: University of Constance Germany

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2011-01-01
2016-12-06

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