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P o l i a n k e r , H e r s h l .
The baker of Kolomyja: novel. Moscow, Sovetskii
Pisatel, 1971. 432 p.
“Dedicated to the anti-fascist struggle of the European peoples in the
period before and during World War II . .
(Introduction).
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,1971
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I. Two families: novel. Tel-Aviv, I. L. Peretz, 1971. 441
p .
Portrayal of Jewish immigrant life in France between the two world
wars.
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K u l b a k , M o y s h e .
Zelmenianer. Moscow, Sovetskii Pisatel, 1971. 277 p.
New edition of a famous novel which first appeared in Minsk in the
years 1931-1935. With an essay about the writer by M. Belenki.
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R o z h a n s k i , S h m u e l ,
ed. Anthology: uprooted and resettled. . . Buenos Aires,
Literary Society at IWO in Argentina, 1971. 269 p. (Masterworks of
Yiddish literature, vol. 49)
Selections from prose and poetry of the post-World War II Yiddish
writers who lost their homes in the Holocaust era; introduction by
the editor.