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Another Russian-Jewish weekly, Budushchnost, “The Future,” which appeared in St. Petersburg from 1899 to 1903, was Zionistic in tendency. In the theoretic branch of publicistic literature the domi nant figure during that period was Ahad Ha‘am, whose arti cles endeavored to answer not only the exciting questions of the day, but also the perpetual problems of Judaism. His brief semi-philosophic, semi-publicistic essays, under the general heading Perurim (“Titbits”), served as a lode star for those who hoped to find the synthesis of “Jew” and “man” in mod ern Jewish nationalism.
L [ 1 A number of articles under that title appeared originally in the Russian-Jewish monthly Voskhod. They were subsequently enlarged and published in book form in 1907. ] This Library PDF version is for the use on an institutional computer only. com << Chapter >> Home | TOC | Index THE NATIONAL AWAKENING 53 The theory of Autonomism takes as its point of departure the historic fact that at all times, with the exception of a few brief and partial deflections, the Jewish Diaspora, taken as a whole, represented a national organism, in which the ab sence of political or territorial unity was made up by the stronger cohesion of its spiritual and cultural ties and the greater intensity of its social and autonomous life.
It was scarcely to be expected that the Jewish youths who had been locked out of the Russian school should entertain particularly friendly sentiments towards a régime which wast ed their lives, humiliated their dignity, and sullied their souls. The Jewish lad, driven from the doors of the gymnazia, be came an embittered “extern,” who was forced to study at home and from year to year present himself for examination before the school authorities. An immense host of young men and women who found their way blocked to the higher edu cational institutions in Russia went abroad, flocking to for eign universities and higher professional schools, where they learned to estimate at its full value a régime which in their own country denied them the advantages granted to them outside of it.
Little bear by Elsa Holmelund Minarik, Visit Amazon's Maurice Sendak Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, Maurice Sendak,