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Classic Yiddish Fiction: Abramovitsh, Sholem Aleichem, and Peretz (SUNY series in Modern Jewish Literature and Culture) ebook

by Ken Frieden


Classic Yiddish Fiction provides an overview and interprets the Yiddish fiction of S. Y. Abramovitsh, Sholem Aleichem, and I. .Ken Frieden holds the .

Classic Yiddish Fiction provides an overview and interprets the Yiddish fiction of S. L. Peretz. While analyzing their works, Frieden situates these three authors in their literary world and in relation to their cultural contexts.

Yiddish literature, despite its remarkable achievements during an era bounded by Russian reforms in the 1860s and the First World War, has . Classic Yiddish Fiction : Abramovitsh, Sholem Aleichem, and Peretz.

Yiddish literature, despite its remarkable achievements during an era bounded by Russian reforms in the 1860s and the First World War, has never before been.

Classic yiddish fiction.

Yiddish literature, despite its remarkable achievements during an era bounded by Russian reforms in the 1860s and the First World War, has never before been surveyed by a scholarly monograph in English. Classic Yiddish Fiction provides an overview and interprets the Yiddish fiction of S. Classic yiddish fiction. CLASSIC YIDDISH FICTION Abramovitsh, Sholem Aleichem, and Peretz.

This book covers all these topics This book contains the writing of three famous . Sholem Aleichem's story "Hodel" provides a marvellous description of how one of the dairy farmer's beautiful daughters gets married.

This book covers all these topics This book contains the writing of three famous authors, . Abramovitsh, called "the grandfather of modern Yiddish literature", Sholem Aleichem, considered "grandson" to the master who adds a comedic twist to his stories, and . Peretz who according to the introduction founded modern Yiddish modernism. The second story, "Fishke, the Lame: A Story of Poor Jewish Folks" is another brilliantly written story Sholem Aleichem's story "Hodel" provides a marvellous description of how one of the dairy farmer's beautiful daughters gets married to a student, whose subject of study is secretive.

Classic Yiddish Fiction book. While analyzing their works, Friede Yiddish literature, despite its remarkable achievements during an era bounded by Russian reforms in the 1860s and the First World War, has never before been surveyed by a scholarly monograph in English. Abramovitsh, Sholem Aleichem, and . By providing a bridge to the lost continent of Yiddish literature, Frieden returns to those European traditions. This journey back to Ashkenazic origins also encompasses broader horizons, since the development of Yiddish culture in Europe and America parallels the history of other ethnic traditions.

Modern Yiddish literature is generally dated to the publication in 1864 of Sholem Yankev Abramovitsh’s novel Dos kleyne mentshele ("The Little Person"). With this novel, originally published serially in a Yiddish newspaper, Abramovitsh introduced his alter ego, the character of Mendele Moykher Sforim ("Mendel the Book Peddler"), the character who narrates this and many succeeding stories.

Classic Yiddish Fiction : Abramovitsh, Sholem Aleichem, and Peretz. Saved in: Bibliographic Details.

Sholem Aleichem, pseudonym of Sholem Rabinovitsh, Sholem also spelled Shalom or Sholom, (born . He is one of the preeminent classical writers of modern Yiddish literature

Sholem Aleichem, pseudonym of Sholem Rabinovitsh, Sholem also spelled Shalom or Sholom, (born February 18, 1859, Pereyaslav, Russia -died May 13, 1916, New York, New York, . popular author, a humorist noted for his many Yiddish stories of life in the shtetl. He is one of the preeminent classical writers of modern Yiddish literature.

Revisits fiction by the three major Yiddish authors who wrote between 1864 and 1916, exploring their literary and social worlds.
Classic Yiddish Fiction: Abramovitsh, Sholem Aleichem, and Peretz (SUNY series in Modern Jewish Literature and Culture) ebook
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Ken Frieden
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