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First Published in 1990. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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Book Description Harwood Academic Publishers in cooperation with the Oxford Centre for Postgraduate Hebrew Studies, London, 1990. Hardbound. Condition: Fine. First Edition. Royal octavo, printed tan boards, 402 pp. In Yiddish. Articles are "Yiddish in Yiddish," Dovid Katz, "Blitz and Witzenhausen: New Aspects of an Old Conflict," Marion Aptroot, "Yiddish Culture in Prewar Piotrkow (Pyeterkov)," Majer Bogdanski, "Jews in Polish Folklore," Wladyslaw T. Bartoszewski, "Halachic Sources of Old Yiddish Words, " Joseph Bar-El, "On Mendele's Syntax in 'Fishke der krumer,'" Lewis Glinert, "Why do Literary Historians Ignore A.N. Stencl?" Jeffrey Grossman, "On the Origins of Ashkenaz and Yiddish," Shmuel Hiley, "Abraham Sutzkever's 'Ode tsu der toyb,'" Heather Valencia, "The Politics of Researching Spoken Yiddish in the USA and the USSR," Rakhmiel Peltz, "In Honor of Professor Chone Shmeruk," S.S. Prawer, "Older Yiddish Lexicography: Sources and Methods," Dovid Katz, "Watchmaking in Mikhalishek," Menke Katz, "A Conspiracy and a Question Mark," Robert D. King, "Irony in Arthur Schnitzler and Lamed Shapiro," Dafna Clifford, "Beginnings of Modern Literary Yiddish (1771-1798)," Dov-Ber Kerler, "My Teacher Elye Falkovitsh," Joseph Kerler, "Remnants of Yiddish in the German of Schopfloch," Hadassah Shy, "Yiddish Literature and Collective Memory: The Khmelnitski Pogroms," Chone Shmeruk, "In Memorium: Hartog Beem," "In Memorium: Florence Guggenheim-Grunberg," "Seven Letters from Sholem Ash to Moyshe Sanders.". Seller Inventory # 43083