Hannah Arendt’s Shared Destiny with Rahel Varnhagen

Donald Goldstein


Two Jewish authors, Hannah Arendt and Rahel Varnhagen, stand out as examples of the role of the secular Jewish woman in 19th and 20th century Germany. This essay compares how both dealt with their Jewish identity.

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