Howard Jacobson and His Jewish Narration

Li XU

Abstract


Howard Jacobson, a modern British Jewish novelist, drew international attention when The Finkler Question won the 2010 Man Booker Prize for fiction. He writes 13 novels, including five novels related to Jewish themes. The thesis put the emphasis on the analysis of the theme of the Jewish novel The Finkler Question to see the modern Jewish problems in the modern British society and Howard Jacobson’s skills of Narration.

Keywords


The Finkler Question; Jews; Jewishness; Zionism; Identity

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