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National Yiddish Book Center. Yiddish Book Center's Spielberg Digital Yiddish Library. Title (alternate script). ונטער דער הערשאפט פון די קאליפן : היסטארישער ראמאן אויס דעם אראבישן לעבן פון IX יארהונדערט. Uploaded by hank b on January 17, 2009. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).
geheyme libes fun Eḳaṭharina di ershṭe - Ḳronprints Eleḳsey Peṭroṿiṭsh. This item is offered for sale by the National Yiddish Book Center.
Peṭer der groyser a hisṭorisher roman : geheyme libes fun Eḳaṭharina di ershṭe - Ḳronprints Eleḳsey Peṭroṿiṭsh. by. Seiffert, Moses, 1851-1922. Internet: ww. iddishbooks.
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Fun a kultur-historisher perspektiv. Published 1999 by Farlag . There's no description for this book yet.
Children’s books in Yiddish were often illustrated by acclaimed artists Noteworthy authors of stories include Litman (Simkhe Freylikh, his pseudonym apparently derived from Literatur Man; 1898–1946) and Leon Elbe (1870–1928).
Children’s books in Yiddish were often illustrated by acclaimed artists. For example, Marc Chagall illustrated A mayse mit a hon; Dos tsigele (The Story of a Rooster; The Goat), by Der Nister, printed in Petrograd in 1917 and published by Kletskin. Yisakhar Rybak illustrated two books by Leyb Kvitko-Foyglen (Birds) and In vald (In the Forest), in Berlin in 1922 Noteworthy authors of stories include Litman (Simkhe Freylikh, his pseudonym apparently derived from Literatur Man; 1898–1946) and Leon Elbe (1870–1928).
Di muser-literatur: Fun a kultur-historisher perspektiv. Unknown Binding in Yiddish. Libraries near you: WorldCat.
The history of Yiddish, with its roots in central Europe and locus for centuries in Eastern Europe, is evident in its literature. It is generally described as having three historical phases: Old Yiddish literature; Haskalah and Hasidic literature; and modern Yiddish literature