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KR E I T ER ---- RECENT YIDDISH BOOKS
P
i l o w s k y
, J
a c o b
.
Iber vegen (Over the highways). Santiago, Chile, 1949.
362 p.
Contains dramatic war stories, and tales of travels in the Argentine, Chile,
and Nor th America.
R
o s e n f a r b
, C
h a v a
.
Getto un andere lieder (Ghetto and other songs). Montreal,
H. Hershman, 1950. 102 p.
Includes fragments of a diary. Illustrations by B. Malachi.
S
h a p i r o
, L
a m e d
.
K ’sovim (Writings). Los Angeles, 1949. 399
p .
Miscellaneous writings, hitherto unpublished.
S
h u l s t e i n
, M
o i s h e
.
Tsvishen ruinen un rishtovanes (Among ruins and scaf-
folds). Paris, 1949. 112 p.
Impressions of travels across ravaged Poland.
S
t e r n
, Y
e c h i e l
.
Heder un beis midrash. (Elementary and Talmud schools).
New York, Yivo, 1950. 128 p.
A discussion of traditional Jewish education in Eastern Europe.
S
t u t c h k o f f
, N
o c h e m
.
Der oitzer fun der yiddisher shprach (Treasure of the Yid-
dish language). Edited by M. Weinreich. New York, Yivo, 1950. 933 p.
The first Yiddish thesaurus. Contains over 175,000 words, synonyms, anec-
dotal derivatives, colloquialisms, proverbs, expletives, regional word and
phrase usages, etc.