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JEWISH BOOK ANNUAL
Z
uckerm an
, M
arv in
S.;
W
e l t m a n
, G
ershon
,
eds. Yiddish sayings
mama never taught you. New York, Perivale Press, 1975. 99 p.
Yiddish erotic and obscene proverbs and sayings culled from
a 1908 collection by Ignaz Bernstein; reproduced, translated and
transcribed. With an introduction by the editors.
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A
ltshuler
, M
ordechai
,
ed.
Soviet Jewry in the mirror of the Yiddish
press in Poland:
bibliography, 1945-1970. Jerusalem, Hebrew Uni­
versity o f Jerusalem, Institute o f Contemporary Jewry, East-
European Division; Center for Research and Documentation o f
East-European Jewry, 1975. 213 p.
Classified index to three Yiddish periodical publications, with
an introduction by the editor and reminiscences by the former
editors o f the periodicals, Hersh Smoliar and David Sfard.
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/TT 504
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-saion^s rs ‘ly'Tay’? rx o^pwnysyw ywnr .
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.1975 ,oifiin maos1? rxm»
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R
a iz m a n
, I
t zh ak
Z.
Jewish creativity in Portugese speaking countries:
Portugal and Brazil.
Zefat, Museum o f Printing Art, 1975. 395 p.
Collection of essays focusing on the role which Jews played in
the development o f Brazil. The author, who previously resided
in Brazil and then in the U.S., now lives in Israel.