Page 43 - Jewish Book Annual Volume 17 (1958-1959)

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SUMMARY
M
OSHE SENDEREY presents reviews of a selected number of
Yiddish books published in Latin America during recent
years. He reports a considerable production of books in
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in the countries “south of the border,” with the largest
proportion in Argentina. Some outstanding works have been
written by long-time residents of those lands and others have
been penned by recently arrived refugee authors who immigrated
after the second World War. Since this latter group have not
had adequate time to absorb local coloration, their themes deal
with European and Jewish life in general.