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JEWISH BOOK ANNUAL
Town o f Tiny Folk, The, tr. by Isidore Goldstick,
Sholom Aleichem Pano­
rama,
p. 154.
DI ShTOT FUN DI KLEYNE MENTShELEKh (1901).
Two Anti-Semites, tr. by Miriam Waddington,
The Best of Sholom
Aleichem,
p. 115.
TSVEY ANTISEMITN (1905).
Two Antisemites, tr. by Curt Leviant,
Old Country Tales,
p. 206.
TSVEY ANTISEMITN (1905).
Two Dead Men, tr. by Julius
8c
Frances Butwin,
The Old Country,
p. 51;
Selected Stories of Sholom Aleichem,
p. 74;
Favorite Tales of Sholom
Aleichem,
p. 51.
TSVEY TOYTE (1909).
Two Shalachmones, or a Purim Scandal, tr. by Frances Butwin,
Tevye’s
Daughters,
p. 192;
Favorite Tales of Sholom Aleichem,
p. 580.
TSVEY ShALAKhMONESN (1902).
Two Stories, tr. by Louis Fridhandler,
MOMENT,
11(7): 47-51, 1986.
1) DI FARVOGLTE NEShOME, ODER AN AGENT FUN
YIDIShE GAZETN (1904); An Agent.
2) DER FIR-PENIMDIKER RABINER (1904); The Four-Faced
Rabiner.
Ugandaade, tr. byJoseph Leftwich and Mordecai S. Chertoff,
Why do the
Jews Need a Land of Their Own?,
p. 154.
UGANDIADA (1905).
Velvel Gambetta, tr. by Curt Leviant,
Some Laughter, Some Tears,
p. 169.
VELVL GAMBETA (1903).
Village o f Habne, The, tr. by Curt Leviant,
Old Country Tales,
p. 302.
KhABNE (1905).
Visiting with King Ahasuerus, tr. by Curt Leviant,
Old Country Tales,
p.
51.
BAYM KENIG AKhAShVERES (1901).
Wandering Star,
tr. by Frances Butwin. 1952.
BLONDZhENDE ShTERN (1909-1910).
Warshawsky’s Songs, tr. by Joan Bernick,
MOMENT
5(5): 57-59, 1980.
DI GEShlKhTE FUN VARShAVSKIS LIDER (1914).
Wedding Without Musicians, A, tr. by Frances Butwin,
Tevye’s Daughters,
p. 78;
Favorite Tales of Sholom Aleichem,
p. 466.
A KhASENE ON KLEZMER (1909).
We Flood the World with Ink, tr. by Gershon Freidlin,
The Best of Sholom
Aleichem,
p. 199.
Chapter VIII o f MOTL PEYSI DEM KhAZNS, Vol. I (1907).
We’re Off to America, tr. by Isidore Goldstick,
SholomAleichem Panorama,
p. 130.
Chapter XII o f MOTL PEYSI DEM KhAZNS, Vol. I (1907).