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Katz, David S.

Published by I.L. Peretz Farlag, Tel Aviv (2000)

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About this Item: I.L. Peretz Farlag, Tel Aviv, 2000. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Octavo, tan paper covered boards, 375 pp. In Yiddish. Seller Inventory # 14585

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Der Tunkeler; Szeintuch, Yechiel.

Published by Yerushalayim; Pirsume Har Ha-Tsofim 'al-Yede Hotsa'at Sefarim 'a. Sh. Y. L. Magnes, Ha-Universitah Ha-'ivrit (1990)

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About this Item: Yerushalayim; Pirsume Har Ha-Tsofim 'al-Yede Hotsa'at Sefarim 'a. Sh. Y. L. Magnes, Ha-Universitah Ha-'ivrit, 1990. Hardcover. Original Hardback. 8vo. 310 pages. 24 cm. First edition. In Yiddish, with an introduction in Hebrew. Added title pages: Sefer ha-humoreskot veha-parodyot ha-sifrutiyot be-Yidish. The book of Yiddish humoresques and literary parodies. An edition of Yiddish parodies by Yoysef Tunkeler (1881–1949) . "Der Tunkeler’s literary enterprise is today a historical and cultural source for the language and culture of East European Jewry up to World War II. " - Yivo Encyclopedia. Subjects: Jews - Poland - Humor. Yiddish wit and humor - Poland. Jews. Yiddish wit and humor. Humor. Poland. Light edge wear; overall clean and fresh. Very good condition. (YID-21-23) yid3. Seller Inventory # 35317

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Xt) Golomb, Abraham

Published by Meksike [Mexico City; Mexico DF]: Oreysgegebn Fun Dem Komitet Aroystsugebn Geklibene Shriftn Fun A. Golomb Tsu Di Finf Un Draysik Yor Fun Zayn Pedagogisher Tetikayt (1947)

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About this Item: Meksike [Mexico City; Mexico DF]: Oreysgegebn Fun Dem Komitet Aroystsugebn Geklibene Shriftn Fun A. Golomb Tsu Di Finf Un Draysik Yor Fun Zayn Pedagogisher Tetikayt, 1947. Hardcover. 1st edition. Original boards. 8vo. 316 pages, 20 cm. In Yiddish with alternate title page in Spanish. Title translates to "Selected Works. " "Abraham Golomb (1888-1982) was a Yiddishist teacher and writer. He wrote many pedagogical articles and books, and also published, primarily in Yiddish, about his belief in the need for retaining Jewish distinctiveness in the Diaspora and the centrality of Hebrew and Yiddish as the languages of the Jewish people. His work has not been widely translated into English. Golomb was affiliated with the Psychology and Education section of YIVO in Vilna, under the direction of by Leibush Lehrer, and was also active in the Kultur-lige. After living in Palestine from 1932 to 1938, Golomb emigrated to Winnipeg, Canada, where he became principal of the Peretz School. In 1944 he moved to Mexico City, where for 20 years he ran the Yiddish schools. Finally, in 1964 he and his wife Rivke Savich Golomb moved to Los Angeles, California. " (Wikipedia, 2018) . SUBJECTS: Jews -- Education -- Mexico. Boards are faded and slightly edge worn. Overall Good+ Condition. (YID-40-46-F) Yid3, latam2. Seller Inventory # 39986

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Lestschinsky, Jacob; Ekonomish-Statistishe Sektsye, Yivo

Published by Berlin; Varshe; Farlag Kultur-Lige (1928)

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About this Item: Berlin; Varshe; Farlag Kultur-Lige, 1928. Hardcover. Original Cloth. 4to. 262, 34 pages. 32 cm. First edition. In Yiddish, with added German title page and abstracts. Black cloth and purple endpages as issued by publisher. Schriften fur Wirtschaft und Statistik, Band 1. Published by the Ekonomish-statistishe sektsye [Economic-Statistical Section] of the Yidishn visnshaftlekhn institut. Contains articles by J. Lestschinsky, E. Ringelblum, J Shatzky, J. Joffe, S. Dubnow and others. Articles on demographics in Riga, Poland, etc. Articles on mortality rates, criminality rates, pogroms in Ukraine 1918-1921, artisans, industrialists, factory workers, credit and finance, etc. Hundreds of charts and graphs. Edited by Jacob Lestschinsky (1876-1966) "historian and sociologist; specialist in Jewish demography and economic history one of the founding members of the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research and participated in the inaugural meeting of its Historical Section in Berlin on 31 October 1925. Lestschinsky edited Bleter far yidisher demografye, statistik, un ekonomik, which appeared in Berlin from 1923 until 1925. He laid the groundwork for the Economic-Statistical Section of YIVO, which he headed from its inception in 1926, and edited its publications Ekonomishe shriftn and Yidishe ekonomik. " - YIVO Encyclopedia. Bound in black cloth over boards; gilt title on cloth, gilt title on red leather pastedown on backstrip, purple endpapers. Subjects: Jews - Economic conditions - Periodicals. Jews - Statistics – Periodicals. YIVO – Berlin Branch. YIVO - Ekonomish-statistishe sektsye - Economic-Statistical Section – Periodicals. Jews. Jews - Economic conditions. Periodicals. Statistics. Binding repaired; institutional stamps on endpages; otherwise clean and fresh. Good + condition. (YID-21-17) yid3. Seller Inventory # 35311

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Lestschinsky, Jacob; Ekonomish-Statistishe Sektsye, Yivo

Published by Berlin; Varshe; Farlag Kultur-Lige (1928)

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About this Item: Berlin; Varshe; Farlag Kultur-Lige, 1928. Hardcover. Original Cloth. 4to. 262, 34 pages. 32 cm. First edition. In Yiddish, with added German title page and abstracts. Red cloth and yellow boards as issued by publisher. Schriften für Wirtschaft und Statistik, Band 1. Published by the Ekonomish-statistishe sektsye [Economic-Statistical Section] of the Yidishn visnshaftlekhn institut. Contains articles by J. Lestschinsky, E. Ringelblum, J Shatzky, J. Joffe, S. Dubnow and others. Articles on demographics in Riga, Poland, etc. Articles on mortality rates, criminality rates, pogroms in Ukraine 1918-1921, artisans, industrialists, factory workers, credit and finance, etc. Hundreds of charts and graphs. Edited by Jacob Lestschinsky (1876-1966) "historian and sociologist; specialist in Jewish demography and economic history one of the founding members of the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research and participated in the inaugural meeting of its Historical Section in Berlin on 31 October 1925. Lestschinsky edited Bleter far yidisher demografye, statistik, un ekonomik, which appeared in Berlin from 1923 until 1925. He laid the groundwork for the Economic-Statistical Section of YIVO, which he headed from its inception in 1926, and edited its publications Ekonomishe shriftn and Yidishe ekonomik. " - YIVO Encyclopedia. Bound in yellow printed boards, with red cloth, title on cloth. Subjects: Jews - Economic conditions - Periodicals. Jews - Statistics – Periodicals. YIVO – Berlin Branch. YIVO - Ekonomish-statistishe sektsye - Economic-Statistical Section – Periodicals. Jews. Jews - Economic conditions. Periodicals. Statistics. Light soiling to boards, some wear to hinges, overall very clean and fresh. Very good condition. (YID-21-16) xx yid3. Seller Inventory # 35310

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Xt) Isaac Leib Peretz; Jacob Botoshansky; Yosl Bergner; Samson Dunsky; Melech Ravitch

Published by Buenos Ayres : Baneyung (1957)

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About this Item: Buenos Ayres : Baneyung, 1957. Paperback. First Edition. First edition. Original paper wrappers. 8vo. 36 pages. 24 cm. In Yiddish with alternate Spanish title page and introduction. Title translates to "The Peretz Pentateuch: Selected Writings of Y. L. Peretz. " Yitskhok Leybush Peretz (18521915) is one the best known Yiddish and Hebrew authors of the 19th century. Peretz was one of the three classic Yiddish writers with S. Y. Abramovitsh and Sholem Aleichem and the founder of Yiddish modernism. In the first decade of the 20th century he was at the center of an active literary circle in Warsaw. The present work is a sample of a larger 5 volume series. SUBJECTS: Yiddish. OCLC lists 3 copies worldwide (YIVO, Harvard, Bayerische) . Ex-library with usual markings. Bound in a cardboard protector. Binding is starting. Very clean copy. (YID-27-5). Seller Inventory # 39121

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Vit, Bernard. Yehoash

Published by Cleveland : : A. Kohen (1944)

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About this Item: Cleveland : : A. Kohen, 1944. First Edition. Fine cloth copy in a near-fine, very slightly edge-nicked and dust-dulled dw, now mylar-sleeved. Remains particularly and surprisingly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 407 pages; Physical description: 407 p : ill., front., facsims ; 22cm. Subjects: Yehoash (pseud., i.e. Solomon Blumgarten, 1870-1927) -- Yiddish literature -- Poetry -- Yiddish poets -- Bible translators -- Bibliography. Language: Hebrew. 1 Kg. Seller Inventory # 218101

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Vit, Bernard. Yehoash

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About this Item: Cleveland : : A. Kohen, 1944. First Edition. Fine cloth copy in a near-fine, very slightly edge-nicked and dust-dulled dw, now mylar-sleeved. Remains particularly and surprisingly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 407 pages; Physical description: 407 p : ill., front., facsims ; 22cm. Subjects: Yehoash (pseud., i.e. Solomon Blumgarten, 1870-1927) -- Yiddish literature -- Poetry -- Yiddish poets -- Bible translators -- Bibliography. Language: Hebrew. 1 Kg. Seller Inventory # 218101

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Bimko, F. (Fishl)

Published by New York; No Publisher (1926)

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About this Item: New York; No Publisher, 1926. Hardcover. Publishers cloth. 8vo. 270; 219 pages. 23 cm. First edition. In Yiddish. Fishl Bimko’s Selected Writings, Book 1 and Book 2; privately printed for the author during the time he was working in sweatshops and publishing plays in the "Freie arbeiter shtime". Bukh Tsvey, "Hele Blikh" ("Light Glances") , includes the playlet "A Zumer Nakht" (pages 207-219) . "Fishel Bimko (1890–1965) , Yiddish dramatist and novelist. Born in Kielce, Poland, Bimko's first realistic narrative, Di Aveyre (‘The Transgression’) , was published in 1912 and his first play, Oyfn Breg Vaysel (‘On the Shores of the Vistula’) , was staged in Lodz in 1914. Thereafter his plays were produced in the Yiddish theaters of Europe and America. Especially popular were Ganovim (‘Thieves, ’ 1921) , a realistic play depicting the Polish-Jewish underworld, and East Side (1938) , a naturalistic drama of Jewish life in New York, where Bimko settled in 1921. His selected dramas were published in seven volumes in 1936, and his selected narratives in three volumes in 1941 and 1947." (EJ 2007) Subjects: Yiddish Fiction. Yiddish Drama. Cloth lightly soiled, backstrip lightly aged; otherwise fresh and clean. Good condition. (YID-16-4) Lit1, yidlit1, yid1, Seller Inventory # 30805

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Yidisher Visnshaftlekher Institut

Published by Vilne; B. Kletskin 1926-1929 (1926)

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About this Item: Vilne; B. Kletskin 1926-1929, 1926. Hardcover. Original Cloth. 4to. XXVII, 519; XXVII, 519; 623 pages. 32 cm. First edition. Text in Yiddish; summaries in English. Volumes 1, 2, 3 of Filologishe Shriftn. Shriftn fun Yidishn visnshaftlekhn institut 1-3. Other titles: Landoy-bukh; 1926; Filologishe serye; 1926; Serya filologiczna; 1926-1928; Studies in philology; 1928-1929; Prace filologiczne; 1929. Complete run of the Filologishe Shriftn, a "three-volume series published in Vilna by the Yiddish Scientific Institute (YIVO) in 1926, 1928, and 1929. Filologishe shriftn (Studies in Philology) was co-edited by Zalmen Reyzen and Max Weinreich. The inaugural volume of Filologishe shriftn, titled the Landoy-bukh (Landau Book) , was a Festschrift in honor of the German Jewish philologist Alfred Landau (1850–1935) . In the 1920s, Soviet authorities tolerated cooperation with YIVO; hence, works by authors from the USSR were included in the three volumes. The periodical YIVO-bleter (YIVO Pages) , launched in 1931, continued the tradition of Filologishe shriftn. " - YIVO Encyclopedia. Volume one pound in later cloth; volumes two and three in original cloth binding. Subjects: Yiddish philology - Periodicals. Yivo Institute for Jewish Research. Yiddish philology. Periodicals. Pages aged in each volume, but not fragile. Binding of third volume repaired, some bumping to first few leaves and edges and some damaged edges of last few leaves (not affecting text) . Overall in good condition. Good + condition. Rarely seen complete (YID-21-15) yid3. Seller Inventory # 35309

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Rozenfeld, Yonah

Published by Nyu York; Yonah Rozenfeld Komite (1924)

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About this Item: Nyu York; Yonah Rozenfeld Komite, 1924. Hardcover. Publishers cloth. 8vo. 288; 286; 286; 288; 318; 285 pages. 21 cm. First edition. In Yiddish. Yonah Rozenfeld’s "Collected Writings" in six volumes: 1. Tsvishen tog un nakht – 2. In shotens fun toyt. - 3. Froyen - 4. Nohente un vayte - 5. Ikh – 6. Oyf di grenetsen. "Yona Rozenfeld (1880–1944) , Yiddish prose writer. Born in Tshartorisk (mod. Staryi Chartoriisk) , Ukraine, Yona Rozenfeld received a traditional Jewish education that was interrupted when his parents both died of cholera in 1893. Shortly thereafter, under arrangements made by his older brother, 13-year-old Yona began an apprenticeship with a turner in Odessa—an experience vividly depicted in his autobiographical novel Eyner aleyn (All Alone; 1940) . Rozenfeld showed his early writings to Y. L. Peretz when the latter visited Odessa in 1902. As a result, Rozenfeld’s first (autobiographical) story, ‘Dos lernyingl’ (The Apprentice) , was published in Der fraynd in 1904. At the age of 23, Rozenfeld left his job as a turner and devoted himself to writing. He published his first collection of stories, the two-volume Shriftn (Writings; 1909–1912) , which included his most famous story, ‘Konkurentn’ (Competitors) . He immigrated to New York in 1921, and began writing plays. His six-volume Gezamlte shriftn (Collected Writings; 1924) was published in New York and Geklibene verk (Selected Works; 1929) in Vilna. In the mid-1930s, he had a major conflict with Abraham Cahan, editor in chief of Der forverts, after which the newspaper ceased publishing Rozenfeld’s work. Rozenfeld began writing his autobiographical novel Eyner aleyn in 1937. Upon publication, it received excellent reviews in the Yiddish press. His longest earlier works were fictive and autobiographical diaries. In Fun mayn togbukh (From My Diary; 1924) , Rozenfeld depicted his return to Kovel’ from Kiev in 1919 during the Russian civil war. He regarded this text and Er un zey, a togbukh fun a gevezenem shrayber (He and They, a Diary of a Former Writer; 1927) as his best works. Together with the autobiographical texts entitled Ikh (I [the first-person pronoun]) in the fifth volume of Rozenfeld’s Gezamlte shriftn, these pieces indicate the importance of autobiographical writings in the author’s work. During a conversation with Yohanan Twersky in 1937, Rozenfeld formulated his literary credo: ‘Without having a big selection of ‘types, ’ I must be content with the situations in which I place my characters. And as a result, each ‘type’ ceases to be a ‘type. ’ For in reality, the typical kind does not exist! ’ Rozenfeld’s autobiographical method seeks to explore the potential for deviant behaviour when individuals are removed from their normal social environments and placed in extreme situations. Rozenfeld saw himself as a Yiddish Gorky whose short stories and autobiographical fiction chronicled Jewish working-class life in Odessa and the Lower East Side tenements. Except for a few translations of his short stories, most of his work remains a hidden treasure of modern Yiddish literature. Nevertheless, Rozenfeld belongs among the most original Yiddish prose writers of his generation. " (YIVO Encyclopedia of Jews in Eastern Europe; Rozenfeld, Yona) Subjects: Yiddish fiction. Autobiography. Light wear to cloth, endpapers lightly aged, otherwise, fresh and clean. Very good condition. (YID-16-9) Lit1, yidlit1, yid1, ee2, Seller Inventory # 30810

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Yidisher Visnshaftlekher Institut

Published by Vilne; B. Kletskin 1926-1929 (1926)

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About this Item: Vilne; B. Kletskin 1926-1929, 1926. Hardcover. Original Cloth. 4to. XXVII, 519; XXVII, 519; 623 pages. 32 cm. First edition. Text in Yiddish; summaries in English. Volumes 1, 2, 3 of Filologishe Shriftn. Shriftn fun Yidishn visnshaftlekhn institut 1-3. Other titles: Landoy-bukh; 1926; Filologishe serye; 1926; Serya filologiczna; 1926-1928; Studies in philology; 1928-1929; Prace filologiczne; 1929. Complete run of the Filologishe Shriftn, a "three-volume series published in Vilna by the Yiddish Scientific Institute (YIVO) in 1926, 1928, and 1929. Filologishe shriftn (Studies in Philology) was co-edited by Zalmen Reyzen and Max Weinreich. The inaugural volume of Filologishe shriftn, titled the Landoy-bukh (Landau Book) , was a Festschrift in honor of the German Jewish philologist Alfred Landau (1850–1935) . In the 1920s, Soviet authorities tolerated cooperation with YIVO; hence, works by authors from the USSR were included in the three volumes. The periodical YIVO-bleter (YIVO Pages) , launched in 1931, continued the tradition of Filologishe shriftn. " - YIVO Encyclopedia. All volumes in original cloth binding with gilt title. Subjects: Yiddish philology - Periodicals. Yivo Institute for Jewish Research. Yiddish philology. Periodicals. Light soiling to cloth. Very slight ageing to outer margins of pages, otherwise very clean and fresh. Very good + condition. An outstanding set. (YID-22-1) yid3. Seller Inventory # 35355

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