Di Goldene Shtot: Lider un Poemes.

Kurtz, Aaron.

Published by Biro Bidzhan Brentch Internationaler Arbetor Ordn, 1935
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Octavo, mildly worn red cloth with worn gold lettering, 160 pp. In Yiddish. A proletarian author who began as an Inzikhist. Inscribed by the author on the free front endpaper. Bookseller Inventory # 49710

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Title: Di Goldene Shtot: Lider un Poemes.
Publisher: Biro Bidzhan Brentch Internationaler Arbetor Ordn
Publication Date: 1935
Binding: Hardbound
Book Condition: Very Good

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Kurtz, Aaron
Published by Posy-Shoulson Press, New York (1935)
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Book Description Posy-Shoulson Press, New York, 1935. ( In Jiddisch mit hebräischen Schriftzeichen ) 160 Seiten mit einer Titelillustration, illustrierter Ohln, 8° ( 24,5 x 16,5 cm ). Der Einband ist stark berieben, etwas fleckig, Ecken und Kanten stark bestoßen. Der schmale Einbandrücken mit handschriftlicher Notiz. Innen diverse alte Bibliotheksstempel auf Vorsatz- und Titelblatt sowie einige Notizen von alter Hand. Titelblatt offenbar verkehrtherum eingehängt. Seiten teils etwas fleckig. ( Gewicht 450 Gramm )>>>In Yiddish. Title translates to "The Golden City: Verses and Poems. " The title is attribute to NYC, Aaron Kurtz (1891-1964) was a prominent Yiddish poet and editor. His N. Y. Times obituary details that he was born in Vitebsk, but wandered Russia for five years as a wigmaker's apprentice and hairdress for the theatre and circus. He emigrated to the United States in 1911, where he began to publish Yiddish poems.<<< ( Weitere Bilder auf Anfrage / further pics at request ). Seller Inventory # 17611

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Kurtz, Aaron, 1891-1964.
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Book Description Posy-Shoulson Press, New York, 1935. 8vo. Wood veneer binding. 160 pages. In Yiddish. SUBJECT (S) : Yiddish poetry. "Kurtz was a Yiddish poet and editor. Born in Vitebsk, he wandered in Russia for five years as a wigmaker's apprentice and immigrated to the United States in 1911. In 1916 he began to publish Yiddish lyrics; at first he was attracted to the In-Zikh movement and participated in its annuals, but he later joined the Association of Yiddish Proletarian Writers. In his third volume of verse, Plakatn ("Placards, " 1927) , he introduced a new form of poetry, which he called "placard style, " which sought to reproduce the kaleidoscopic metropolis. Volumes Di Goldene Shtot ("The Golden City, " 1935) , ¡No Pasaran! (1938) , and Mark Shagal (1946) dealt, respectively, with New York, the Spanish republicans, and the painter, whose soul like his own was rooted in Jewish Vitebsk and who continued to seek a world of justice and pure love" (Liptzin, EJ, 2007). Bumping to corners, otherwise very good condition. (YID-20-5). Yid1, yidleft1, inbt, mea. Seller Inventory # 31735

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Kurtz, Aaron, 1891-1964.
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Book Description Nyu-York : Biro Bidzshan Brentsh 37, Internatsiionaler Arbeter Ordn : Hoyptfarkoyf, Morgn Frayhayt Bukhhandlung, 1935. 8vo. 160 pages. In Yiddish. SUBJECT (S) : Yiddish poetry. Inscribed by the author. "Kurtz was a Yiddish poet and editor. Born in Vitebsk, he wandered in Russia for five years as a wigmaker's apprentice and immigrated to the United States in 1911. In 1916 he began to publish Yiddish lyrics; at first he was attracted to the In-Zikh movement and participated in its annuals, but he later joined the Association of Yiddish Proletarian Writers. In his third volume of verse, Plakatn ("Placards, " 1927) , he introduced a new form of poetry, which he called "placard style, " which sought to reproduce the kaleidoscopic metropolis. Volumes Di Goldene Shtot ("The Golden City, " 1935) , ¡No Pasaran! (1938) , and Mark Shagal (1946) dealt, respectively, with New York, the Spanish republicans, and the painter, whose soul like his own was rooted in Jewish Vitebsk and who continued to seek a world of justice and pure love" (Liptzin, EJ, 2007) . OCLC lists only 1 copy worldwide (University of Toronto Robarts Library) . Very good condition. (YID-10-5). Yid1, yidleft1. Seller Inventory # 22430

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Book Description New York: Posy-Shoulson Press, 1935. Hardcover. 1st edition. Beautiful wood veneer binding with author's inscription on the title page. 8vo, 160 pages. In Yiddish. Title translates to "The Golden City: Verses and Poems. " The title is attribute to NYC, Aaron Kurtz (1891-1964) was a prominent Yiddish poet and editor. His N. Y. Times obituary details that he was born in Vitebsk, but wandered Russia for five years as a wigmaker's apprentice and hairdress for the theatre and circus. He emigrated to the United States in 1911, where he began to publish Yiddish poems. He is best known for introducing a new style of poetry, dubbed "placard style", which sought to reproduce the kaleidoscopic metropolis. SUBJECT (S) : Yiddish poetry. Very light edgewear with clean pages and beautiful illustrations. Overall Very Good condition. (YID-20-5A). Yid3, modern1. Seller Inventory # 39744

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