Page 93 - Jewish Book Annual Volume 5 (1946-1947)

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WORKS OF SHOLEM ALEICHEM AVAILABLE
IN ENGLISH TRANSLATION
By
S y l v i a
R.
M i l l e r
and
L u c y S c h i l d k r e t
O
N THE occasion of the 30th anniversary of the death of
Sholem Aleichem the following bibliography of English trans-
lations of his works as well as a listing of biographical material
about him is being presented.
The following list of Sholem Aleichem’s works translated into
English is taken from a bibliography of Yiddish literature in
English translation now being prepared for publication by the
Yiddish Scientific Institute — Yivo. A considerable portion of the
bibliography was compiled by Sylvia R. Miller for her M. A. thesis
submitted to Columbia University. Individual sections and the
scope of the entire bibliography are being enlarged upon by the
Yivo for publication in 1947. Permission to use part of this material
for the
Jewish Book Annual
was granted by the Yivo.
A n o t h e r P a g e o f t h e S o n g o f S o n g s ,
excerpts from the novel,
translated by Maurice Samuel, in
East and West
(New York,
1915-16), pp. 307-309; in
The Jewish Caravan
, by Leo W.
Schwartz, (New York, Farrar and Rinehart, 1935), pp. 348-
353.
T h e C l o c k ,
a short story, translated by Helena Frank in
Yiddish
Tales
(Philadelphia, Jewish Publication Society of America,
1912), pp. 115-124.
A n E a s y F a s t ,
a short story, translated by Helena Frank, in
Yiddish Tales
(Philadelphia, Jewish Publication Society of
America, 1912), pp. 143-152.
E l i j a h t h e P r o p h e t ,
a short story, translated by HannahBerman,
in
Apples and Honey
(New York, Richards, 1927), pp. 191-
195.
E p i t a p h ,
a poem, translated by Joseph Leftwich, in
The Golden
Peacock Anthology
(London, Anscombe, 1939), p. 799.
E v a ,
a short story, translated by Joseph Kling, in
Great Short
Stories of the World
(New York, Brentano, 1927), pp. 851-863.
F i s c h e l t h e T e a c h e r ,
a short story, translated by Helena Frank,
in
Yiddish Tales
(Philadelphia, Jewish Publication Society of
America, 1912), pp. 125-142.
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