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S. Y. A G N O N ’ S W O R K S I N
E N G L I S H T R A N S L A T I O N
A Selected Bibliography
B
y
J a c o b K a b a k o f f
Books
The Bridal Canopy.
Trans, by I. M. Lask. New York, Schocken
Books, 1967. 389 p.
Days of Awe,
being a treasury of traditions, legends and learned
commentaries concerning Rosh Ha-Shanah, Yom Kippur and the
days between culled from three hundred volumes ancient and
new. Trans, by Maurice T . Galpert. New York, Schocken Books,
1948. 300 p.
In the Heart of the Seas.
Trans, by I.M. Lask. New York,
Schocken Books, 1948. 128 p.
Two Tales: Betrothed and Edo and Enam.
Trans, by Walter
Lever. New York, Schocken Books, 1966. 237 p.
Stories in Anthologies
“A Pot Story” (extracts from
The Bridal Canopy
), in
A Golden
Treasury of Jewish Literature,
ed. by Leo W. Schwarz. New York,
Farrar and Rinehart, 1937.
“A Story About a Coin,” trans. by Jacob Katzman, in
Sabbath—
The Day of Delight,
ed. by Abraham E. Millgram. Philadelphia,
Jewish Publication Society, 1952.
“Chemdat,” in
Israel Argosy,
No. 1, Autumn, 1952, ed. by I.
Halevy-Levin. Jerusalem, Youth and Hechalutz Dept, of the
Zionist Organization.
“Forevermore,” trans. by Joel Blocker, in
Israeli Stories,
ed.
by Joel Blocker. New York, Schocken Books, 1963.
“In a Jerusalem Cafe” and “The Minyan,” trans. by I.M. Lask,
in
Sound the Great Trumpet,
ed. by M.Z. Frank. New York,
Whittier Books, 1955.
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