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Kop

A Dutch unit of volume equivalent to one liter. It was adopted in 1817, soon after the establishment of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
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Their study is bookended by an opening chapter discussing the explicitly autobiographical writings and a concluding section in which they reproduce two question-and-answer sessions to which Kops submitted in 2011, along with his contributions to a round-table discussion held in 2003.
This is not so much a book about Kops as a book written in Kops' service, taking full advantage of the opportunity to make unrestricted use of his published and unpublished writings and interviews, and thereby clearing a space in which the writer's own voice emerges unhindered.
Here and there, as in a slightly scattergun sequence of paragraphs in the first chapter that too briefly compare Kops' autobiographical texts to others by some of his Anglo-Jewish contemporaries, the book can look like a side project accompanying Baker and Shumaker's forthcoming The Literature of the Fox: A Study of Anglo-Jewish Literature.