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ABRAMOWICZ / YIDDISH BOOKS
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Ed. by S. L. Shneiderman. Tel-Aviv, I.L . Peretz, 1974. 505 p
Illus.
Important collection representing the thinking and feelings of
Yiddish writers who chose freedom, a majority of them recent
refugees from iron curtain countries.
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The last period of Itzik Manger’s life and work
(1939-69).
Mexico, Shlomo Mendelson Fund, 1973. 181 p. Illus.
Sequel to the author’s previous book on the poet.
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R o l l a n s k y , S am u e l .
Yiddish literature—Jewish life: writers, essayists
and visionaries in our literary history.
Buenos Aires, Friends of the
Literary Society at IWO in Argentina, 1973. 2 vols.
. . These studies in literary history . . . were written during
the past 15 years as introductions to the
Masterworks of Yiddish
Literature.”
(Foreword).
W e i n g a r t e n , J o s e p h
A.
A dictionary of Yiddish idioms and expressions,
including proverbs and selected words.
Completely in translitera­
tion. Part I: A-F. Brooklyn, New York, 1974. 92 p., processed.
"Compendium of idioms and expressions” in one alphabet with
selected words and proberbs. Compiled by an amateur lexicogra­
pher for the use of those who do not know the Hebrew alphabet.