Secondary Bibliography(Articles About, References To and Reviews) Emanuel Litvinoff

A Death Out of Season
Gardner, Raymond. “Behind the Covers of History.” Rev. of A Death Out of Season, by Emanuel Litvinoff. Arts Guardian 21 May 1973: 10. Web. 9 August 2012.
Journey Through a Small Planet
Rudolf, Anthony. “How Eastern Europe Came to East London.” Rev. of Journey Through a Small Planet, by Emanuel Litvinoff. The Jewish Chronicle. 12 August 2008. Web. 18 Nov. 2010.

The Lost Europeans
Parry, Ann. “Idioms for the unrepresentable: post-war fiction and the Shoah.” Journal of European Studies 27.4 (1997): 417+. Web. 6 Aug. 2012.

The Man Next Door

Levin, Martin. Rev. of The Man Next Door, by Emanuel Litvinoff. The New York Times 18 May 1969: 158. Web. 31 March 2010.


The Roots of Writing: Bernard Kops, Emanuel Litvinoff, Harold Pinter & Arnold Wesker



Bond, Robert. “Wide Boys Always Work: Iain Sinclair and the London Proletarian Novel’.” Literary London: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Representation of London Online-Only Journal. 1.2. (2003): n. pag. Web. 18 November 2010.


**Kops also referenced

Jewish Chronicle Reporter. “Community is Culturally Moribund.” Jewish Chronicle 29 October 1964: **no pages. Web. 8 August 2012.

Jewish Chronicle Reporter. “’Decay’ of Anglo-Jewry.” Jewish Chronicle 10 April 1959: **no pages. Web. 8 August 2012.

Jewish Chronicle Reporter. “The Detached Outlook of Jewish Writers.” Jewish Chronicle 18 June 1964: **no pages. Web. 9 August 2012.

Jewish Chronicle Reporter. “Plea to Communist Parties on Soviet Jewry.” Jewish Chronicle 20 June 1969: 20. Web. 8 August 2012.

Lammers, Benjamin J. “The Birth of the East Ender: Neighborhood and Local Identity in Interwar East London.” Journal of Social History 39.2 (2005): 331-344. Web. 8 August 2012.

Murdoch, Brian. “Transformations of the Holocaust: Auschwitz in Modern Lyric Poetry.” Comparative Literature Studies 11.2 (1974): 123-150. Web. 18 July 2012.

Sonin, David. “A Soldier from Another War.” Jewish Chronicle 4 December 1987: 2. Web. 8 August 2012.

Weintraub, Bernard. “Anti-Semitism Issue Slows British Fun for Eliot.” The New York Times 9 August 1988:**no pages. Web. 8 August 2012.




Burman, Hannah. Interview with Emanuel Litvinoff. Voices of London. Museum of London, September 2008. Web. 7 August 2012.


Cheyette, Bryan. “T.S. Eliot, Anti-Semitism and Literary Form.” New Statesman (1996): 44+. Web. 23 Apr. 2010.

“Emanuel Litvinoff.” Contemporary Authors Online. (2003): pg. Web. 23 Apr. 2010.

Laity, Paul. “Identity in the East End.” The Guardian. Guardian News and Media Ltd. 8 August 2008. Web. 23 April 2010.

Jewish Chronicle Reporter. “T.S. Eliot and the Jews.” Jewish Chronicle 23 Februrary 1951: **no pages. Web. 8 August 2012.

Jewish Chronicle Reporter. “Writer Quits ‘Guardian’ in Protest.” Jewish Chronicle 12 October 1967: **no pages. Web. 8 August 2012.

Rubin, Joey. “Precarious Fringes of an Uncertain World: To the Quayside and Emanuel Litvinoff’s European Jew.” Critical Quarterly 53.1 (2011): 61-75. Web. 16 July 2012.


Burnley, Judith. “Emanuel Litvinoff Obituary.” The Guardian 26 September 2011: **no pages. Web. 9 August 2012.

Childs, Martin. “Emanuel Litvinoff: Poet and Writer Who Chronicled his Jewish East End Upbringing.” The Independent 5 October 2011: **no pages. Web. 9 August 2012.

Fox, Margalit. “Emanuel Litvinoff, Poet and Detractor of T.S. Eliot, Dies at 96.” The New York Times 3 October 2011: **no pages. Web. 9 August 2012.

Wright, Patrick. “Emanuel Litvinoff.” The Times 3 October 2011: **no pages. Web. 9 August 2012.

**No author. “Emanuel Litvinoff.” The Telegraph 27 September 2011: **no pages. Web. 9 August 2012.


Litvinoff, Aaron. np. nd. Web. 6 August 2010.



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