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Chaver-Paver (Gershon Einbinder) , Illustrations: Lui Bunin

Published by Nyu-York: Internatsionaler Arbeter Ordn (1935)

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About this Item: Nyu-York: Internatsionaler Arbeter Ordn, 1935. Hardcover. (FT) Cloth, 8vo, 79 pages , illustrated, in Yiddish. Volume 1 of 2. "Chaver Paver" was the pen name of Gershon Einbinder. Einbinder was born on February 8, 1901 in Bershad (now Ukraine) . At the age of 19, he moved to Romania and eventually settled in the United States in 1924. He lived in New York and Los Angeles, where he died in 1964. Chaver Paver made his debut in Yiddish literature in the 1920s as a children’s writer. He wrote five volumes of children’s stories and several plays. However, the majority of his literary works were stories and novels for adults. Labzik is a dog story by Chaver-Paver (Gershon Einbinder) , who managed to make 1930s leftist politics engaging and funny to students of the International Workers Order's Yiddish shuls. Amusingly illustrated by Louis Bunin. SUBJECT(S) : Yiddish --- children ---- fiction. OCLC lists 26 copies worldwide. Cover shows edgewear and has stains, pencil markings inside, otherwise very good copy (YIDCHI-5-15) YID1, childrens1, AMR3, MEA. Seller Inventory # 29702

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Chaver-Paver, Illustrations: Lui Bunin

Published by Nyu-York: Internatsionaler Arbeter Ordn (1935)

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About this Item: Nyu-York: Internatsionaler Arbeter Ordn, 1935. Hardcover. (FT) Cloth, 8vo, 79 pages , illustrated, in Yiddish. Volume 1 of 2. "Chaver Paver" was the pen name of Gershon Einbinder. Einbinder was born on February 8, 1901 in Bershad (now Ukraine) . At the age of 19, he moved to Romania and eventually settled in the United States in 1924. He lived in New York and Los Angeles, where he died in 1964. Chaver Paver made his debut in Yiddish literature in the 1920s as a children’s writer. He wrote five volumes of children’s stories and several plays. However, the majority of his literary works were stories and novels for adults. Labzik is a dog story by Chaver-Paver (Gershon Einbinder) , who managed to make 1930s leftist politics engaging and funny to students of the International Workers Order's Yiddish shuls. Amusingly illustrated by Louis Bunin. SUBJECT(S) : Yiddish --- children ---- fiction. OCLC lists 26 copies worldwide. Cover shows edgewear, waterdamage, inner pages clean, very good condition (YIDCHI-5-16) YID1, childrens1, AMR3, MEA. Seller Inventory # 29703

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Chaver-Paver (Gershon Einbinder) , Illustrations: Maud, Zuni

Published by Nyu-York: Internatsionaler Arbeter Ordn (1937)

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About this Item: Nyu-York: Internatsionaler Arbeter Ordn, 1937. Hardcover. (FT) Cloth, 8vo, 96 pages , illustrated, in Yiddish. Volume 2 of 2. "Chaver Paver" was the pen name of Gershon Einbinder. Einbinder was born on February 8, 1901 in Bershad (now Ukraine) . At the age of 19, he moved to Romania and eventually settled in the United States in 1924. He lived in New York and Los Angeles, where he died in 1964. Chaver Paver made his debut in Yiddish literature in the 1920s as a children's writer. He wrote five volumes of children's stories and several plays. However, the majority of his literary works were stories and novels for adults. Labzik is a dog story by Chaver-Paver (Gershon Einbinder), who managed to make 1930s leftist politics engaging and funny to students of the International Workers Order's Yiddish shuls. Amusingly illustrated by Zuni Maud, the famous Yiddish cartoonist. SUBJECT(S): Yiddish --- children ---- fiction. OCLC lists 26 copies worldwide. Internal binding repair, edgewear, several pencil drawings and other stains, otherwise good+ condition (YIDCHI-5-17) YID1, childrens1, AMR3, MEA. Seller Inventory # 29704

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