Date of Award
Master of Arts
Since the beginning of English literature, the Jew has been portrayed as a villain. Edgar Rosenberg and Montague Frank Madder most affirmed the conviction in each of their studies of the Jew in English literature. However, the conclusion that the Jew is still portrayed as a villain is invalid because the image has changed. It is my intention to examine this change, focusing particularly on the character of Leopold Bloom in James Joyce 's Ulysses.
Levy, Phyllis Joyce Cohen, "The image of the Jew in James Joyce's Ulysses" (1968). Master's Theses. 283.