7 edition of I.L.PERETZ READER (Library of Yiddish Classics) found in the catalog.
I.L.PERETZ READER (Library of Yiddish Classics)
Isaac Leib Peretz
June 23, 1992
Written in English
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The Reader Ruth R. Wisse, Editor, Isaac Leib Peretz, Author Schocken Books Inc $ (p) ISBN Buy this book This second volume in the Library of Yiddish Classics. I. L. Peretz (), the father of modern Yiddish literature, was a master storyteller and social critic who advocated a radical shift from religious observance to secular Jewish culture. Wisse explores Peretzs writings in relation to his ideology, which sought to create a.
Although “What Is the Soul?” has not fared well with academic readers—both Ken Frieden and Marc Caplan consider it a failure 23 23 Ken Frieden, “Psychological Depth in I. L. Peretz’s Familiar Scenes: On the 75th Anniversary of His Death,” Jewish Book Annual 47 (): ; Caplan, “The Fragmentation of Narrative Perspective. Pre-publication book reviews and features keeping readers and industry influencers in the know since by I. L. Peretz Hey there, book lover.
I. L. Peretz: Number of Pages: 96 Pages: Lc Classification Number: Mlcm / (0) Reviews "These captivating tales will introduce readers to the magic of one of the fathers of Yiddish literature."- Village Voice: Lccn: Seller Rating: % positive. Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg.
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This, the second volume in the "Library of Yiddish Classics'' series, presents selections from the writing of Peretz (), who was perhaps the greatest and most influential writer in modern Read full review.
I.L. Peretz has 46 books on Goodreads with ratings. I.L. Peretz’s most popular book is Short Shorts. The I.L.PERETZ READER book. Peretz Reader. Book Description: Isaac Leybush Peretz () is one of the most influential figures of modern Jewish culture. Born in Poland and dedicated to Yiddish culture, he recognized that Jews needed to adapt to their times while preserving their cultural heritage, and his captivating and beautiful writings explore the.
As part of our New Yiddish Library series, the Center and Yale University Press published The I. Peretz Reader, an anthology of Peretz's writing edited by the preeminent Yiddish scholar Ruth Wisse. The I. I.L.PERETZ READER book Reader is the best English volume of Peretz’s work, with an erudite introduction by Wisse.
While the introduction is not available online, Wisse features prominently in our. Buy The I. Peretz Reader (New Yiddish Library Series) Expanded Ed by Wisse, Ruth (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 6. Reading and Background: The story has been translated into English many, many times; the standard translation is in The I. Peretz Reader, edited by Ruth are much earlier versions available for free here (translated by Leo Wiener, ) and here (translated by Helena Frank, ).; The full text in the original Yiddish is the first story in this volume of Peretz’s collected.
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Isaac Leybush Peretz (–) is one of the most influential figures of modern Jewish culture. Born in Poland and dedicated to Yiddish culture, he recognized that Jews needed to adapt to their times while preserving their cultural heritage, and his captivating and beautiful writings explore the complexities inherent in the struggle between tradition and the desire for : $ This book, which presents a memoir, poem, travelogue, and twenty-six stories by Peretz, also provides a detailed essay about Peretz’s life by Ruth R.
Wisse. This edition of the book includes as well Peretz’s great visionary drama A Night in the Old Marketplace, in. “Bontshe the Silent” (sometimes titled as “Bontshe Shvayg”) is the seventh story by I.
Peretz ( toPoland) to be featured on The Reading Life. All of the stories by him I have so far read are contained in The I.
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The I.L. Peretz reader. [Isaac Leib Peretz; Ruth R Wisse] -- Isaac Leybush Peretz () is one of the most influential figures of modern Jewish culture. Born in Poland and dedicated to Yiddish culture, he recognized that Jews needed to adapt to their. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Compilation of selections from The Penguin Book of Modern Yiddish Verse, A Treasury of Yiddish Stories, I.L.
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