CONTRIBUTOR

David Stromberg

Hebrew University

David Stromberg is a writer and literary scholar with publications including cartoons, fiction, literary translation, and scholarly articles. He wrote his doctorate – Narrative Faith: Structural Complexity and Moral Vision – at the Hebrew University's English Department. He has since undertaken postdoctoral research at the University of Leuven and the Hebrew University's Center for the Study of French Culture, developing a research project called "Idiot Love" dealing with concepts of intimacy in Plato, Dostoevsky, and Melanie Klein. He is currently a Lady Davis / Golda Meir Fellow at the Hebrew University's Institute for Contemporary Jewry, where he is editing a collection of essays by Isaac Bashevis Singer.

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Article

Rebellion and Creativity: Contextualizing Isaac Bashevis Singer’s “Author’s Note” to The Penitent

David Stromberg

Bashevis Singer comments on his narrator commenting on his characters—and David Stromberg untangles the polyphony of the Nobel Prize winner’s fictional world.

Text & Translation

Indecent Language, Sex, and Censorship in Literature

Isaac Bashevis Singer

Translation by Mirra Ginsburg and B. Chertoff

Edited by David Stromberg

Previously unpublished translations of two essays by Bashevis on censorship of literature, presented in a new edited version by David Stromberg.

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