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K
holodenko
, S
h ifr a
.
The word.
Moscow, Sovetskii PisateF, 1974. 163
p.
Second poetry collection since 1947. The author also published a
book of short stories.
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,
H.
Unpublished dramatic works.
Buenos Aires, Asociacion pro
Cultura Judia, 1973. 320 p.
The book comprises the following works: “Job the Second”
(1908), “Different” (1922), “Professor Shelling” 1938), "A Mir­
acle in the Ghet'to” (1944).
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a lt z
, S
a u l
.
Poems of my profound belief: collected poems in retro­
spect,
1930-74. New York, CYCO, 1974. 222 p.
.1974 / p s .*? .’
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M
iransky
, P
eretz
.
Lines of song.
Tel Aviv, I. L. Peretz, 1974. 250 p.
Poems and fables. The author began his literary career with the
“Young Vilna” group in 1934.
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M
lotek
, J
oseph
and E
leanor
.
Pearls of Yiddish poetry.
Tel Aviv,
I. L. Peretz, 1974. 564 p.
The collection is divided into two parts: poems of classical
Yiddish writers, and “poems which the readers recall.” The poems
were selected from a weekly column under the same title published
in the
Jewish Daily Forward.
With biographical information, a