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P a t t , E m a n u e l .
In the struggle: Jacob Patt and his generation. New York,
Jacob Patt Family Fund, 1971. 639 p.
Biography of a prominent Yiddish writer and communal leader with
a comprehensive bibliography of his writings.
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The lad from Krochmalna Street: chronicle of a life: vol. 2.
Tel-Aviv, Hamenorah, 1971. 207 p.
The second volume of lively memoirs comprises the author’s life in
France until the end of World War II and a short story, “Brayndele.”
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My little town Sloveshne: Book 1: childhood. Book 2: Holidays.
Tel-Aviv, I. L. Peretz, 1971. 2 vols.
Memoirs of a well known Soviet-Yiddish writer. First published in
serialized form in the
Folks-Shtime,
Warsaw, 1957. Introduction by Gitl
Mayzil.