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Norma Rosen

Norma Rosen

Compelled, as a Jewish writer, by the injunction to remember, “Zakhor,” Norma Rosen’s fiction and essays examine ethics, motherhood, and faith after the Holocaust, as well as Jewish identity, feminism, texts, and practices.

Fiction in the United States

Literature by American Jewish women reflects historical trends in American Jewish life and indicates the changing issues facing writers who worked to position themselves as Americans, Jews, and women.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Norma Rosen." (Viewed on September 17, 2014) <http://jwa.org/taxonomy/term/10419>.

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