Table of contents for Marc Chagall and his times : a documentary narrative / Benjamin Harshav ; translations from Russian, Yiddish, French, German, and Hebrew by Benjamin and Barbara Harshav.


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Table of Contents
Preface	xxx
Introduction	1
Part I: Roots
	1.  Imagining Chagall's Childhood and Youth
	2.  Chagall's First Autobiography
Part II:  Struggling Artist: 1900--1918
	3. First Teachers: 1900-1910
	4. Paris and Berlin: 1910-1914
	5. Back to Russia: 1914-1918
Part III: Art and Revolution: 1918--1923
	6.  Commissar of Art in Vitebsk: 1918--1920
	7.  Modern Yiddish Theater -- Moscow: 1920--1922
	8.  Berlin: 1922--1923
Part IV: France Between Two World Wars: 1923--1941
	 9.  Paris -- "My Second Vitebsk": 1923-1929
10. Towards a Jewish Art Museum: 1929-1930
	11. First Visit to Palestine: 1930-1933
	12. In Years of Crisis: 1933-1939
	13. World War II and the Flight From Nazi Europe: 1939-1941
Part V: Refugee in the US: 1941-1948
	14. With Bella in America: 1941-1945
	15.  "New-Found Love" and the Liberated Europe: 1945-1946
	16. Exhibitions: Chicago and Paris: 1946-1948
Part VI: Return to France: 1948--1952
	17. Orgeval: 1948-1949
	18. Vence: 1949-1951
	19. Second Trip to Israel: 1951
	20. Frustrations: 1952
Part VII: The Last Thirty-Three Years: 1952--1985
	21. Life with Vava: 1952-1956
	22. Second Visit to Chicago: 1957-1958
	23. Stained Glass Windows: 1958-1964
	24. Varian Fry's Aggravation: 1964-1969
	25. Grand Palais and Other Glories: 1969-1985
Epilogue
Notes
Index of Names
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Chagall, Marc, 1887-Artists Russia (Federation) Biography, Chagall, Marc, 1887- Correspondence, Artists Russia (Federation) Correspondence