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FRIDHANDLER / INDEX TO ENGLISH TRANSLATIONS OF SHOLOM ALEICHEM
1 3 7
Predestined Disaster, A, tr. by Curt Leviant,
Old Country Tales,
p. 149.
BAShERT AN UMGLIK (1902).
Premature Passover, A, tr. by Adda Birman,
Sholom Aleichem Panorama,
p. 109.
A FRIER PEYSAKh (1908).
Progress in Kasrilevke, tr. by Curt Leviant,
Stories and Satires,
p. 17.
KASRILEVKER PROGRES (1914-1915).
Purim Feast, The, tr. by Frances Butwin,
Tevye’s Daughters,
p. 239;
Favor­
ite Tales of Sholom Aleichem,
p. 627.
TSU DER SUDE (1906).
Purim Sweet-Platters, tr. by Curt Leviant,
Old Country Tales,
p. 269.
ShALAKh-MONES (1916).
Rabchik, tr. by Nathan Ausubel,
A Treasury ofJewish Humor,
p. 489.
RABTShIK (1901).
Rabchik, aJewish Dog, tr. by Leonard Wolf,
Yiddish Stories Old and New,
p.
18.
RABTShIK (1901).
Really a Sukkah!, tr. by Aliza Shevrin,
Holiday Tales of SholomAleichem,
p.
3.
ShOYN EYN MOL A SUKE (1903).
Reb Yozifil and the Contractor; see Epilogue: Reb Yozifil and the Con­
tractor
Red Little Jews, The, tr. by Joseph Leftwich and Mordecai S. Chertoff,
Why do the Jews Need a Land of Their Own?,
p. 90.
DI ROYTE YIDLEKh (1900).
Ritual Fringes, tr. by Curt Leviant,
Old Country Tales,
p. 226.
DER TALES-KOTN (1910).
Robbers!, tr. by Curt Leviant,
Some Laughter, Some Tears,
p. 83.
GAZLONIM (1909).
Ruined Passover, A, tr. by Aliza Shevrin,
Holiday Tales of SholomAleichem,
p. 45.
A FARShTERTER PEYSAKh (1901).
Ruined Passover, The, tr. by Curt Leviant,
Stories and Satires,
p. 287.
A FARShTERTER PEYSAKh (1901).
Schprintze, tr. by Frances Butwin,
Tevye’s Daughters,
p. 145;
Favorite Tales
of Sholom Aleichem,
p. 533.
ShPRINTSE (1907).
Search, The, tr. by Norbert Guterman,
A Treasury of Yiddish Stories,
p.
182.
OYSGETRESLT (1902).
Selig Mechanic, tr. byJoseph Leftwich and Mordecai S. Chertoff,
Why do
the Jews Need a Land of Their Own?,
p. 21.
ZELIK MEKhANIK (1890).
75,000, tr. by Curt Leviant,
Stories and Satires,
p. 235.