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ABRAMOW ICZ / YIDDISH BOOKS
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Selections from the poet’s writings, 1947-72. His first volume of
poetry appeared under the name Itshe Borukhovitsh.
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In the eyes of a black coffee.
Bucharest, Kriterion,
1974.113 p.
First book by the poet who is director of the Yiddish State
Theater in Bucharest'.
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The last poem.
Tel Aviv, I. L. Peretz, 1974. 272 p.
Written in Soviet Russia where the poet came as a refugee from
Poland during W W II. Includes a section entitled “For children.”
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Fables.
New York, Eygns, 1975. 589 p.
First collection of fables by an author who has previously pub­
lished poetry and essays.
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