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Jews and other Minorities in German Folk Narratives in the Nineteenth Century, Abstract by Tuvia Singer

19th century Germany knew an unprecedented blossoming of folk-narrative publications. In this period the folk-narrative emerges as a meaningful element in the perception of the past and in the identity of the group narrating it and preserving it within its tradition. Minorities and foreigners, such as Jews and Sinti and Roma, appear in hundreds of these folk-narratives. In 1845, Ludwig...

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