Bin Gorion, Rahel Ramberg; Bin-Gorion, Emanuel

Published by Berlin; Morgenland-Verlag, 1931
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Original Wraps. 8vo. 81 pages. 23 cm. First edition. In German. Limited edition, number 159 of 250. Commemorative volume for Micha Josef Bin Gorion. Bibliography of Bin Gorion's works: p. 72-79. Compiled and written by his son Immanuel Bin-Gorion (1903–1987) , "writer and translator, was born in Breslau. In 1936 he settled in Tel Aviv where he served as director of Bet Mikhah Yosef (a municipal library based on his father's collection) . His writings in Hebrew and German include essays, literary criticism, and studies of folklore. He edited and published his father's writings. " - 2008 EJ. Micha Josef Berdyczewski (Later: Bin-Gorion) (1865–1921) , "Hebrew writer and thinker. Born in Medzibezh, Podolia, Berdyczewski was the descendant of a line of ? Asidic rabbis. Berdyczewski wrote more than 150 Hebrew stories, many in Yiddish, and several in German. These stories deal with two central subjects: life in the Jewish towns of Eastern Europe in the last decades of the 19th century and the life of the Eastern European Jewish students in the cities of Central and Western Europe. One of the most seminal figures in both modern Hebrew literature and Jewish thought, Berdyczewski exerted a subtle yet crucial influence upon many readers after the turn of the century because he embodied, both in his personality and in his writing, the painfully ambivalent attitudes toward both traditional Judaism and European culture shared by many Jewish intellectuals. Characteristically, Berdyczewski rebelled against his religious background, but could never completely reject it. " - EJ 2008. Subjects: Berdichevsky, Micah Joseph, 1865-1921 - Bibliography. OCLC lists 13 copies. Light soiling to wraps, previous owners name in pencil on endpages, otherwise fresh. Good condition. (GER-44-30) GER8, HEBLIT1. (JA) , zionism2. Bookseller Inventory # 33765

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Publisher: Berlin; Morgenland-Verlag

Publication Date: 1931

Edition: 1st Edition

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