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KR E I T ER ---- RECENT YIDDISH BOOKS
M
i n k o f f
,
N. B. Elia Bochur, 1469-1549. New York,
M .
Vaxer, 1950. 88 p.
The poetic legacy of Elia Bachur.
O
l g i n
,
M. Kul tur un folk (Culture and people). New York, Yikuf, 1949. 360 p.
Newspaper and magazine articles.
O
p a t o s h u
, J
o s e p h
.
Yiddish un yiddishkei t (Yiddish and Jewishness). Toronto,
Gershon Pomerantz, 1949. 96 p.
An analysis of I. L. Perez and of the concept and functional values of
Yiddish literature.
R
a p p a p o r t
,
J. Tropens fun gloiben (Drops of faith). Melbourne, 1949.
R
a v i t c h
, M
e l a c h
.
Einem’s yiddishe machshoves in’m 20 yorhundert (One’s
Jewish thoughts in the 20th century). Buenos Aires, David Lerman, 1949.
204 p.
A proposal for a new “Bible” of Jewish literature and a consideration of the
position of the Jew in the modern world.
R
o c k e r
, R
u d o l p h
.
Natzional ism un kultur (Nationalism and culture). Buenos
Aires, 1949. 741 p.
Trans lated from the German by Y. Birnbaum.
S
f a r d
, D
a v i d
.
Shreiber un bicher (Wri ter and books). Lodz, 1949. 136 p.
Problems confronting contemporary Yiddish letters, books and writers in
present day Poland.
S
i m o n
, S
h l o i m e
.
Yidn tsvishen felker (Jews among nations). New York, Jewish
Ethical Society, 1949. 121 p.
An essay on Jewish nationalism.
S
u m e r
, N
o c h u m
.
Mentch un vort (Man and word). New York, A. W. Biederman,
1950. 160 p.
T
r u n k
,
J. J. Die yiddishe prose in Poilen (Yiddish prose in Poland). Buenos
Aires, Central Federation of Polish Jews of the Argentine, 1949. 160 p.
Between the two world wars. The 52nd in the “Polish Jewry” series.
Z
i n b e r g
,
Y. Kultur-historishe shtudies (Cultural-historical studies). New York,
Sklarsky, 1949. 368 p.
DRAMA
A
s h e n d o r f
, I
s r a e l
.
Shoul Hameilach (King Saul). Lodz, 1949.
D
i a m o n d
,
S. A yid tsvishen poyerim (A Jew among peasants). Lodz, 1949.
E
l k i n
, M
e n d e l
.
Teater spiel far klein un grois (Theatre plays for young and old).
New York, Workmen’s Circle, 1949. 232 p.
Eight plays.
K
a t z
, M
o r r i s
.
Der mishpot (The trial). London, 1949. 100 p.
A play in three acts based on a French-Jewish theme.
P
i n s k i
, D
a v i d
.
Fier tragedies (Four tragedies). London, Canada, Melech Graf-
stein, 1949. 448 p.
“The Baal Shem Tov and the Robber,” “The Saint and Satan,” “These
are the Children of Noah,” “Alexander and Diogenes.”
S
l a a v e s
,
H. Homen’s mapole (Haman’s downfall). Paris, 1949. 104 p.
A four-act play “ . . . reaching to the source of Jewish theatrical tradition . . . ”
TEXTBOOKS , JUVEN I LE LITERATURE
B
r i d g e r
, D
a v i d
.
Der onhoiber (The beginner). Illustrations by No t te Koz-
lowsky. New York, Matones, 1949. 141 p.
B
u c h w a l d
, N
a t h a n i e l
.
Yiddish for adults. New York, Jewish Peoples Fra terna l
Order, 1949. 232 p.
E
lik
,
M. L. Lernt Yiddishe stenographic (Learn Yiddish stenography). New
York, 1949. 63 p.
A practical method for speed writing in Yiddish.
G
o i c h b e r g
, J
o s e p h
.
Die gildene paave (The golden peacock). New York, Joseph
ChromofF Foundation, 1949. 128 p.