The Jew of New York
|The Jew of New York|
|ISBN||0-375-40104-0 (hc, 1999)
0-375-70097-8 (sc, 2000)
|Preceded by||Julius Knipl, Real Estate Photographer: Stories (1996)|
|Followed by||Julius Knipl, Real Estate Photographer: The Beauty Supply District (2000)|
The Jew of New York is a graphic novel by Ben Katchor, inspired by Mordecai Manuel Noah's attempt to establish a Jewish homeland in Grand Island, New York in the 1820s. It was originally serialized in the pages of The Jewish Daily Forward before being published in book form in 1999.
- New York Times review by J. Hoberman
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