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K R E I T E R ---- RECENT YIDDISH BOOKS
O
z a r
, M
e l a c h
.
Der velt mikrofon (The world microphone). New York, 1949.
281 p.
Poetic recitations.
P
a l m e
,
S. Glocken in midbor (Bells in the desert). London, 1949. 96 p.
R
a d o s h i t z k y
,
J. H. Lied in umruh (Song amidst disquietude). New York, 1950.
192 p.
R
o z o f f
,
L. Meine heimen (My homes). New York, 1949. 168 p.
Narrat ive poem.
R
u b i n s t e i n
, J
o s e p h
.
Nach t auf die Nalevkes (Night upon Nalewki Street).
New York, 1949. 190 p.
About a Jewish street of Warsaw.
S
e e g a l
,
J. J. Seifer Yiddish (The book of Yiddish). Montreal, Canadian Jewish
Congress, 1950. 584 p.
S
i m c h o v i t c h
, S.
Azoi is a yugent fargangen (Thus has youth passed). Montreal,
1950. 79 p.
S
p i e g e l
, J
o s h u a
.
Un gevoren is licht (And there was light). Warsaw-Lodz,
1950. 176 p.
Written during 1940-1949.
W
a s s e r m a n
, L
e i b
.
Shtille licht (Silent lights). Munich, 1949. 80 p.
W
e r g e l i s
, A
a r o n
.
Biro Bidjaner dor (Biro-Bidjan generation). Moscow, 1949.
Y
u d i k a
.
Tsaar un freid (Sorrow and joy). Toronto, Yikuf, 1949. 226 p.
Z
ak
,
A b r a h a m .
Yorn in vander (Years of wandering). Buenos Aires, Central
Federation of Polish Jews of the Argentine, 1949. 244 p.
The book is divided into four settings: “Warsaw Afire,” “ Dispersion,”
“Among Graves” and, by contrast, “Willows by the Waters,” on Parisian
themes. The 47th volume in the “Polish Jewry” series.
FICTION
B
a c h
, P
e s i e
.
Yung leben (Young life). Cleveland, Yikuf, 1949. 188 p.
B
a r k a n
( S
i l b e r m a n
) , S
a r a h
.
Vegen sich un eich (About myself and yourselves).
New York, 1949. 144 p.
Short stories.
B
e r g e l s o n
, D
a v i d
.
Neie dertseilungen (New tales). Buenos Aires, Yikuf, 1949.
222 p.
Volume one of author’s collected works, contains nine short novels.
B
i a l y s t o t z k y
,
B. J. Fun golus bovel biz roim (From the Babylonian exile to
Rome). New York, Cyko, 1949. 345 p.
Tales and legends. Volume two in the series, “Of Our Treasure,” sponsored
by the M. Kronstadt Fund. Introduction by Hayim Schauss.
B
i m k o
, F
i s h e l
.
Keltz (Kielce — A Polish town). New York, 1949.
Collected short stories.
B
i z b e r g
, P
i n h a s
.
Shabbos-yom-tovdige Yidn (Sabbath and festival Jews).
Buenos Aires, Central Federation of Polish Jews of the Argentine, 1949.
190 p.
Traditional Jewish life in Poland.
D a v i d s o n - M a r g o l i s , C h a i m .
Z
u
gast bei der velt (Guest of the world). New
York, Davidson Book Committee, 1949. 431 p.
Autobiographical episodes.
D
l u z h n o f s k y
, M
o i s h e
.
Dos rod fun mazel (The wheel of fortune). New York,
Cyko, 1949. 420 p.
Jewish experience in Eastern Europe, France and in America.
F
r i e d l a n d
,
J. Roye erd (Raw earth). Los Angeles, 1949. 253 p.
Short stories and an account of the founding of the Clarion colony in
California in 1910.
F
r i s h m a n
, D
a v i d
.
Gesamelte shriften (Collected works). Vol. 1. Mexico, Lillie
Frishman, 1949. 240 p.
G
o l d s t e i n
, Y
o s e f
.
Fun a veit land (From a distant land). Santiago, Chile, Segal,
1949. 61 p.
Stories of Jewish and general life in Chile.