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A Humoristic and Satirical Perspective to Jewish Classes in Goodbye, Colombus by Philip Roth

Yıl 2016, Cilt 5, Sayı 8, 3246 - 3258, 25.12.2016
https://doi.org/10.15869/itobiad.263540

Öz

Philip Roth having Jewish ethnicity is a distinguished and famous writer in American literature. In his first novella Goodbye, Colombus, containing five other short stories, there are numbers of Jewish characters from all classes. This diversity enables the author make a good humor and flippancy in the lower and upper classes or between each other. Neil Klugman who is both narrator and protagonist of the novella living in working class neighborhood falls in love with Brenda Patimkin, a college student from a wealthy family. Roth from Klugman’s point of view satirizes and humors Jews and their relationships between themselves and Gentiles. The author manages to lampoon his society and himself as a Jew of New Jersey. In this study, Roth’s first novella written in 1959, Goodbye, Colombus will be argued in terms of satirical and humoristic characteristics. 

Kaynakça

  • Budik, Emily (2000). “Philip Roth” The Columbia Companion to the Twentieth-Century American Short Story Ed: Blanche H. Gelfant and Lawrence Graver New York: Columbia University Press 487-490
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  • Erens, Patricia 1984). The Jew in American Cinema Bloomington: Indiana University Press
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  • Kimmage, Michael (2012). In History's Grip: Philip Roth's Newark Trilogy, Stanford: Stanford University Press
  • Lewin, J. (2008). “Diving into the Wreck": Binding Oneself to Judaism in Contemporary Jewish Women's Fiction1” Shofar 26/3 48+ Access Date: 17.06.15 https://www.questia.com/read/1P3-1480961641/diving-into-the-wreck-binding-oneself-to-judaism
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  • Shofar 28/1 190+ https://www.questia.com/read/1P3-2022296041/you-never-call-you-never-write-a-history-of-the
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  • Pinsker, Sanford (1980). Between Two Worlds: The American Novel in the 1960's New York: Whitston
  • ………..(2005). “The Tortoise and the Hare; or, Philip Roth, Cynthia Ozick, and the Vagaries of Fiction Writing” The Virginia Quarterly Review 81/3 (Summer) 214+ Access Date: 17.06.15 https://www.questia.com/read/1P3-860464311/the-tortoise-and-the-hare-or-philip-roth-cynthia
  • Posnock, Ross (2006). Philip Roth's Rude Truth: The Art of Immaturity Princeton: Princeton University Press
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  • Rabin, Jessica G. (2005). “Still (Resonant, Relevant and) Crazy After All These Years: Goodbye, Columbus and Five Short Stories Jessica G. Rabin" (Royal v)” Philip Roth: New Perspectives on an American Author Ed: Derek Parker Royal Westport: Preager
  • Roth, Philip (1989). Goodbye, Columbus Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company
  • Severs, Jeffrey (2007). “Get Your Map of America": Tempering Dystopia and Learning Topography. in the Plot against America” Studies in American Fiction 35/2 221+ Access Date: 17.06.15 https://www.questia.com/read/1G1-175021844/get-your-map-of-america-tempering-dystopia-and
  • Solotaroff, Theodore (1986). “Philip Roth: Personal View” Philip Roth Ed: Harold Bloom New York: Chelsea House Publisher 35-52

Philip Roth’un Goodbye, Columbus Eserinde Yahudi Siniflarina Nükteli Ve Hicivli Bir Bakiş

Yıl 2016, Cilt 5, Sayı 8, 3246 - 3258, 25.12.2016
https://doi.org/10.15869/itobiad.263540

Öz

Yahudi bir kimliğe sahip olan Philip Roth Amerikan edebiyatında önemli ve saygın bir yazardır. İçinde beş farklı kısa hikaye barındıran ilk kısa romanı Goodbye, Columbus’da tüm sınıflardan Yahudi karakterler barınmaktadır. Bu farklılık yazara alt ve üst sınıflarda veya her iki sınıf arasında iyi nükteyi ve hicvi mümkün kılar. İşçi sınıfı bir çevrede yaşayan kısa romanın hem anlatıcısı hem de başkahramanı olan Neil Klugman zengin bir aileden gelen üniversite öğrencisi Brenda PAtimkin’e aşık olur. Klugman’ın bakış açısından bakan Roth Yahudiler ve Yahudi olmayanlar arasındaki ilişkileri hicivli ve nükteli bir şekilde anlatır. Yazar New Jersey’li bir Yahudi olarak kendini ve yaşadığı toplumu yansıtır. Bu çalışmada 1959 yılında yazılan Roth’un ilk kısa romanın hicivli ve nükteli özellikleri tartışılacaktır.

Kaynakça

  • Budik, Emily (2000). “Philip Roth” The Columbia Companion to the Twentieth-Century American Short Story Ed: Blanche H. Gelfant and Lawrence Graver New York: Columbia University Press 487-490
  • Capo, Beth W. (2003). “Inserting the Diaphragm in(to) Modern American Fiction: Mary McCarthy, Philip Roth, and the Literature of Contraception” Journal of American Culture (Malden, MA) 26/1 111+ https://www.questia.com/read/1P3-1632109911/inserting-the-diaphragm-in-to-modern-american-fiction
  • Diner, Hasia R. (2001). “Fighting to Become Americans: Jews, Gender, and the Anxiety of Assimilation, by Riv-Ellen Prell” Shofar 19/2 139
  • Erens, Patricia 1984). The Jew in American Cinema Bloomington: Indiana University Press
  • Fahy, Thomas (2000). “Filling the Love Vessel: Women and Religion in Philip Roth's Uncollected Short Fiction” ” Shofar 19/1 117+ Access Date: 17.06.15 https://www.questia.com/read/1P3-1742023111/filling-the-love-vessel-women-and-religion-in-philip
  • Fiedler, Leslie A. (1971). The Collected Essays of Leslie Fiedler. Volume: 2 New York: Stein and Day.
  • Harap, Louis (1987). In the Mainstream: The Jewish Presence in Twentieth-Century American Literature, 1950s-1980s. New York: Greenwood Press
  • Kimmage, Michael (2012). In History's Grip: Philip Roth's Newark Trilogy, Stanford: Stanford University Press
  • Lewin, J. (2008). “Diving into the Wreck": Binding Oneself to Judaism in Contemporary Jewish Women's Fiction1” Shofar 26/3 48+ Access Date: 17.06.15 https://www.questia.com/read/1P3-1480961641/diving-into-the-wreck-binding-oneself-to-judaism
  • Materson, Lisa G. (2009). “You Never Call! You Never Write!: A History of the Jewish Mother” Shofar 28/1 190+ https://www.questia.com/read/1P3-2022296041/you-never-call-you-never-write-a-history-of-the
  • Shofar 28/1 190+ https://www.questia.com/read/1P3-2022296041/you-never-call-you-never-write-a-history-of-the
  • O’Donnell, Patrick; Madden, David W. and Nieland, Justus (2011). The Encyclopedia of Twentieth-Century Fiction. Volume: 2 Malden: Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Pinsker, Sanford (1980). Between Two Worlds: The American Novel in the 1960's New York: Whitston
  • ………..(2005). “The Tortoise and the Hare; or, Philip Roth, Cynthia Ozick, and the Vagaries of Fiction Writing” The Virginia Quarterly Review 81/3 (Summer) 214+ Access Date: 17.06.15 https://www.questia.com/read/1P3-860464311/the-tortoise-and-the-hare-or-philip-roth-cynthia
  • Posnock, Ross (2006). Philip Roth's Rude Truth: The Art of Immaturity Princeton: Princeton University Press
  • Raban, Jonathan (1986). “Two Meal Scenes from Goodbye, Columbus” Philip Roth Ed: Harold Bloom New York: Chelsea House Publisher 19-24
  • Rabin, Jessica G. (2005). “Still (Resonant, Relevant and) Crazy After All These Years: Goodbye, Columbus and Five Short Stories Jessica G. Rabin" (Royal v)” Philip Roth: New Perspectives on an American Author Ed: Derek Parker Royal Westport: Preager
  • Roth, Philip (1989). Goodbye, Columbus Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company
  • Severs, Jeffrey (2007). “Get Your Map of America": Tempering Dystopia and Learning Topography. in the Plot against America” Studies in American Fiction 35/2 221+ Access Date: 17.06.15 https://www.questia.com/read/1G1-175021844/get-your-map-of-america-tempering-dystopia-and
  • Solotaroff, Theodore (1986). “Philip Roth: Personal View” Philip Roth Ed: Harold Bloom New York: Chelsea House Publisher 35-52

Ayrıntılar

Konular Sosyal
Bölüm Makaleler
Yazarlar

Faruk KALAY
MUŞ ALPARSLAN ÜNİVERSİTESİ, EĞİTİM FAKÜLTESİ, YABANCI DİLLER EĞİTİMİ BÖLÜMÜ
orcid.org/0000-0001-7917-7930
Türkiye

Yayımlanma Tarihi 25 Aralık 2016
Başvuru Tarihi 2 Kasım 2016
Kabul Tarihi 16 Ekim 2021
Yayınlandığı Sayı Yıl 2016, Cilt 5, Sayı 8

Kaynak Göster

APA Kalay, F. (2016). Philip Roth’un Goodbye, Columbus Eserinde Yahudi Siniflarina Nükteli Ve Hicivli Bir Bakiş . İnsan ve Toplum Bilimleri Araştırmaları Dergisi , 5 (8) , 3246-3258 . DOI: 10.15869/itobiad.263540
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