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FRIDHANDLER / INDEX TO ENGLISH TRANSLATIONS OF SHOLOM ALEICHEM
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VEKhALKELAKOYS (1914-1916).
Tevye Strikes it Rich, tr. by Hillel Halkin,
The Best of Sholom Aleichem,
p.
134.
DOS GROYSE GEVINS (1903, revised from TEVYE DER
MILKhlKER, 1895).
Tevye Wins a Fortune, tr. byJulius &Frances Butwin,
The Old Country,
p.
21;
Selected Stories of Sholom Aleichem,
p. 47;
Favorite Tales of Sholom
Aleichem,
p. 21.
DOS GROYSE GEVINS (1903, revised from TEVYE DER
MILKhlKER, 1895).
There’s No Dead, tr. by Curt Leviant,
Stories and Satires,
p. 156.
NIShTO KEYN MESIM (1902).
Third Class, tr. by Frances Butwin,
Tevye’s Daughters,
p. 292;
Favorite
Tales of Sholom Aleichem,
p. 680.
DRITE KLAS (1902).
This Night, tr. by Hannah Berman,
Jewish Children.
Segment of ShlR-HAShlRIM (1909-1911).
Three Calendars, tr. by Curt Leviant,
Stories and Satires,
p. 147.
DRAY LUKhES (1913).
Three Little Heads, tr. by Hannah Berman,
Jewish Children,
p. 71.
DRAY KEPLEKh (1908).
Three Little Heads, tr. byJulius and Frances Butwin,
The Old Country,
p.
329;
Selected Stories of SholomAleichem,
p. 333;
Favorite Tales of Sholom
Aleichem,
p. 329.
DRAY KEPLEKh (1908).
Three Widows, tr. by Bernard Isaacs,
The Bewitched Tailor,
p. 28.
DRAY ALMONES (1907).
Three Widows, tr. by Curt Leviant,
Stories and Satires,
p. 182.
DRAY ALMONES (1907).
Tit for Tat, tr. by Julius & Frances Butwin,
The Old Country,
p. 200;
Selected Stories of Sholom Aleichem,
p. 212;
Favorite Tales of Sholom
Aleichem,
p. 200.
A VORT FOR A VORT (1915).
Tit for Tat, tr. by Isidore Goldstick,
Sholom Aleichem Panorama,
p. 148.
A VORT FOR A VORT (1915).
To Our Sisters in Zion, tr. byJoseph Leftwich and Mordecai S. Chertoff,
Why do the Jews Need a Land of Their Own?,
p. 83.
TSU UNDZERE ShVESTER IN TSION (1898).
To the Hot Springs, tr. by Curt Leviant,
Stories and Satires,
p. 350.
IN DI VAREMBEDER (1903).
Town of the Little People, The, tr. by Julius & Frances Butwin,
The Old
Country,
p. 1;
Selected Stories of Sholom Aleichem,
p. 28;
Favorite Tales of
Sholom Aleichem,
p. 1.
DI ShTOT FUN DI KLEYNE MENTShELEKh (1901).