Short stories tagged with Anti Semitism.
Listing 14 stories.
A Jewish soldier receives a letter from his father in America which details his experiences with Anti-Semitism, and causes him to reflect on his own life. He realizes that his friends have not faced the discrimination he has, but is glad when they acknowledge this and treat him the way they always have — as an equal.
When an anti-Semitic teenager attacks a Jewish boy, war breaks out between the teenage boy factions of 1980s Long Island.
In the early 1930s, an aspiring Jewish artist takes a voyage across the Atlantic in search of a mentor in Paris. The man she is looking for is no longer there, but she meets someone else instead: a doctor turned novelist with an unsavory philosophy but burning desires.
In the midst of World War II, a mother is forced to chaperone some young girls and witnesses the effect of the war in unexpected places.
A Jewish-American man returns from World War II to an excruciating situation: he must tell his parents and his fiancee that he is settling in Israel. During their heartbreaking reunion, he and his family confront what it means to belong and debate how the Jewish people can achieve it.
While waiting in line at the post office to send a package to his son who is fighting in World War II, a man sees a wealthy Jewish woman trying to cut in line and tries to intervene without being anti-Semitic.
When a German professor teaching Comparative Literature at an Indiana university in the 1950s receives a letter, he suspects anti-Semitic motives.
When a young Jewish girl in Prohibition-era Brooklyn befriends a Black thirteen-year-old boy who claims he's dead, she thinks nothing of it and invites him and his father over for Sabbath dinner. Through the conversation between her father and the boy's father, the fates of their children are revealed.
A Jewish night-school teacher attempts to change an anti-Semitic student's negative assumptions about Jewish people.
In Vietnam War-era America, a young boy fills his days playing a “game” in which he reenacts his father’s battlefield death in Vietnam. But fun and games soon put his loved ones in real danger.