The Dybbuk: a Play in Four Acts: S. Ansky; translators from the Yiddish: Herny G. Alsberg and ... The Dybbuk: a Play in Four Acts: S. Ansky; translators from the Yiddish: Herny G. Alsberg and ...

The Dybbuk: a Play in Four Acts

S. Ansky; translators from the Yiddish: Herny G. Alsberg and Winifred Katzin. Intoduction by Gilbert W. Babriel. Not on Chassidsm by Chaim Zhitlowsky

Published by Boni and Liveright, New York, 1926
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145, [2] pages. faint pencil inscription on front free endpaper: "Rebekah B. Hoffman from Miriam Felix. 9/2/26" Rebekah who received this book when it was first published in 1926 went on to win a trip to Mandatory Palestine. See below, from the JTA Archive: 3 Win Free Trips to Palestine. June 16, 1935. Leo Tobin, Rebekah B. Hoffman and Anna Pearlman are the winners of free trips to Palestine in the essay contest on ¿Why Everyone Should Be Interested in the Upbuilding of Palestine,¿ it was announced Friday by the Manischewitz Matzo Company, sponsor. Miss Hoffman, daughter of a Newark rabbi, won first prize and by the terms of the contest, Tobin, her grocer, also received the free trip. Miss Pearlman is a teacher at the Pittsburgh Hebrew Institute." Translated from the original Yiddish by Henry G. Alsberg and Winifred Katzin. Bookseller Inventory # 002140

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Title: The Dybbuk: a Play in Four Acts

Publisher: Boni and Liveright, New York

Publication Date: 1926

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Very Good

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