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The Resource Yiddish literature; : its scope and major writers, [by] Charles A. Madison

Yiddish literature; : its scope and major writers, [by] Charles A. Madison

Label
Yiddish literature; : its scope and major writers
Title
Yiddish literature;
Title remainder
its scope and major writers
Statement of responsibility
[by] Charles A. Madison
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Additional physical form
Also issued online.
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Madison, Charles Allan
Dewey number
839
Index
no index present
LC call number
PJ5120
LC item number
.M2
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
Yiddish literature
Label
Yiddish literature; : its scope and major writers, [by] Charles A. Madison
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 523-531
Contents
  • Abraham Reisen: poet of quiet irony
  • Sholem Asch: novelist of lyric intensity
  • Peretz Hirschbein: dramatist, novelist, world traveler
  • The efflorescence of Yiddish in America
  • Joseph Opatoshu: novelist of imaginative gusto
  • H. Leivick: poet of pain and pathos
  • Yiddish in Soviet Russia
  • Dovid Bergelson: novelist of psychological refinement
  • I.J. Singer: novelist of satirical pessimism
  • I. Bashevis Singer: novelist of Hasidic Gothicism
  • Judeo-German to modern Yiddish
  • Yiddish in Israel
  • Mendele Mokher Sforim: foremost Jewish satirist
  • Sholom Aleichem: a humorist of veritable greatness
  • Isaak Laybush Peretz: father of modern Yiddish literature
  • Yiddish goes to America
  • Morris Rosenfeld: sweatshop poet
  • Yehoash: first modern Yiddish poet
  • David Pinski: dramatist of disparate quality
Control code
ocm00174953
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
xii, 540 p.
Lccn
68018597
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 72810
  • (OCoLC)174953
Label
Yiddish literature; : its scope and major writers, [by] Charles A. Madison
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 523-531
Contents
  • Abraham Reisen: poet of quiet irony
  • Sholem Asch: novelist of lyric intensity
  • Peretz Hirschbein: dramatist, novelist, world traveler
  • The efflorescence of Yiddish in America
  • Joseph Opatoshu: novelist of imaginative gusto
  • H. Leivick: poet of pain and pathos
  • Yiddish in Soviet Russia
  • Dovid Bergelson: novelist of psychological refinement
  • I.J. Singer: novelist of satirical pessimism
  • I. Bashevis Singer: novelist of Hasidic Gothicism
  • Judeo-German to modern Yiddish
  • Yiddish in Israel
  • Mendele Mokher Sforim: foremost Jewish satirist
  • Sholom Aleichem: a humorist of veritable greatness
  • Isaak Laybush Peretz: father of modern Yiddish literature
  • Yiddish goes to America
  • Morris Rosenfeld: sweatshop poet
  • Yehoash: first modern Yiddish poet
  • David Pinski: dramatist of disparate quality
Control code
ocm00174953
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
xii, 540 p.
Lccn
68018597
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 72810
  • (OCoLC)174953

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