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Fri Mar 21 17:07:50 2014 UTClccn-n500110630.07Keys to a magic door : Isaac Leib Peretz /0.570.95Yitsḥoḳ Leybush Perets un zayn dor shrayber /236889434I._L._Peretzn 5001106346566Lēb Peres, JiṣhāqLeib Perez, IsaacPerec. I. L.Perec, I.L., 1851-1915Perec, I. L., 1851 eller 1852-1915Perec, I. L., 1851 or 1852-1915Perec, I. L., 1851 or 2-1915Perec, I. L. 1852-1915Perec, I. L., ca 1852-1915Perec, Icchak 1852-1915Perec, Icchok LejbPerec, Icchok-Lejbuš, 1851 eller 1852-1915Perec, Icchok Lejbuš, ca 1852-1915Perec, Icchok Lejbusz.Perec, J. L., 1851 or 1852-1915Perec J. L. 1852?-1915Perec, J. L., ca 1852-1915Perec, Jichok Lejb.Perec, Leon.Perec, Lew.Perecs, Leons, 1852-1915Pereez, Jitchak Lejb 1852-1915Peres Isaac Lêb 1852?-1915Peres, Izchok Lejb, 1851-1915Peres, J.L., 1851-1915Peres, Jiṣhāq LēbPeres, Jiṣḥāq Lēb 1852-1915Pèrès Léon 1825?-1915Pereṣ, Y. L. 1852-1915Pereṣ, Yiṣḥaq LêbPereṣ, Yiṣḥāq Lēb 1852-1915Pereṣ, Yiṣḥāq Leib, 1852-1915Pereṣ, Yiṣḥāq Leibuš 1852-1915Pereṣ Yiṣḥaq Leyb 1852?-1915Pereṣ Yiṣḥaq Leyyb 1852?-1915Perets, I. L., 1851 eller 1852-1915Peret︠s︡, I.-L. (It︠s︡khok-Leĭbush), 1851 or 1852-1915Peret︠s︡, It︠s︡khok-Leĭbush, 1851 or 1852-1915Perets, J. L., 1851 or 1852-1915Perets, J. L., ca 1852-1915Perets, Jitshok Leib, 1851 or 2-1915Perets, Y. L.Perets, Y.L., 1851-1915Perets, Y. L., 1851 eller 1852-1915Perets Y. L. 1852?-1915Perets, Y. L., ca 1852-1915Perets, Y. L. (Yitsḥak Leyb), 1851 or 1852-1915Perets, Y. L. (Yitsḥaḳ Leyb), 1851 or 2-1915Perets, Yitsḥaḥ L. 1852-1915Perets, Yitsḥaḳ Lev, 1851 eller 1852-1915Perets, Yitsḥaḳ Leyb, 1851 or 1852-1915Perets, Yitsḥaḳ Leyb, 1851 or 2-1915Perets, Yitsḥaḳ Leyb 1852-1915Perets Yitskhak Leybush 1582?-1915Perets, Yitskhok-Leybush, 1851-1915Perets, Yitskhoḳ-Leybush, 1851 eller 1852-1915Peretz, ..., 1851-1915Peretz, I.L., 1851-1915Peretz, I. L., 1851 eller 1852-1915Peretz, I. L., 1851 or 1852-1915Peretz, I. L., 1851 or 2-1915Peretz I. L. 1852?-1915Peretz, Icchok LejbPeretz, Isaac L. 1852-1915Peretz, Isaac Leib.Peretz, Isaac Leib, 1851-1915Peretz, Isaac Leib, 1851 or 1852-1915.Peretz, Isaac Leib, 1852-1915Peretz Isaac Leybush 1852?-1915Peretz, Isaac Loeb, 1851-1915Peretz, Isaac Loeb, 1851 eller 1852-1915Peretz, Isaac Loeb, 1851 or 1852-1915Peretz Isaac Loeb 1852?-1915Peretz, Isaac Loeb, ca 1852-1915Peretz, Isaak Leib 1852-1915Peretz, Itchak Leibus, 1851 or 2-1915Peretz, Ițhoc Leibuș, 1851 or 1852-1915Peretz Itzchok Leibush 1825?-1915Peretz, Itzchok Leibush, 1851 or 1852-1915Peretz, Itzchok Leibush, ca 1852-1915Peretz, Itzhak Leibush, 1851 or 2-1915Péretz, Itzjoc Léibusch, 1851 or 1852-1915Péretz, Itzjoc Léibusch, ca 1852-1915Peretz, J.LPeretz J. L. 1852?-1915Peretz, Jitschak Leib, 1851-1915Peretz, Jitzchok L. 1852-1915Peretz, Jitzchok Leib 1852-1915Peretz, Jitzchok Lejb 1852-1915Peretz, Jitzhak Lajb 1852-1915Peretz, L.Peretz, Y.L., 1851-1915Peretz, Y. L., 1851 eller 1852-1915Peretz, Y. L., 1851 or 1852-1915Peretz, Y.L., 1851 or 2-1915Peretz, Y. L. 1852-1915Peretz Yitskhok Leybush 1852?-1915Peretz, Yitzchaq Leib, 1851 or 1852-1915Peretz Yitzchaq Leib 1852?-1915Peretz, Yitzchaq Leib, ca 1852-1915Perez, I. L.Perez, I.L., 1851-1915Perez, I. L., 1851 or 1852-1915Perez I. L. 1852?-1915Perez, Isaac LeibPerez, Isaac Leib, 1851-1915Perez, Isaac Leib, 1851 eller 1852-1915Perez, Isaac Leib 1852-1915Perez, Isaac Löb, 1851 or 2-1915Perez, Isaac Loeb, 1851 or 1852-1915Perez, Isaac Loeb, 1851 or 2-1915Perez, Isaac Loeb, ca 1852-1915Perez, Isaak L. 1852-1915Perez, Isaak Leib, 1851 or 2-1915Perez, Isaak Leib 1852-1915Perez, Izchok Lejb, 1851-1915Perez, Izchok Lejb, 1851 or 2-1915Perez, Izchok Lejb 1852-1915Perez, J.-L.Perez, J.L., 1851-1915Perez, J.L., 1851 eller 1852-1915Perez, J. L., 1851 or 2-1915Perez, J.-L. 1852-1915Perez, Jitchok Leib, 1851 eller 1852-1915Perez, Jitzchok L. 1852-1915Perez, Jizchak L. 1852-1915Perez, Jizchak LejbPerez, Jizchak Lejb, 1851-1915Perez, Jizchak Lejb, 1851 or 1852-1915Perez, Jizchak Lejb, 1851 or 2-1915Perez, Jizchak Lejb 1852-1915Perez, Jizchok Leib.Perez, Jizchok Leib, 1851-1915Perez, Jizchok-Leib, 1851 eller 1852-1915Perez, Jizchok Leib, 1851 or 1852-1915Perez, Jizchok Leib, 1851 or 2-1915Perez, Jizchok Leib 1852-1915Perez, Jizchok Leib, ca 1852-1915Perez, Jizchok Lejb.Perez, Jizchok-Lejb, 1851 eller 1852-1915Perez, Jizchok-Lejb 1852-1915Perez, Jizchok Lejbusch 1852-1915Pereẕ, Y.L., 1851-1915Perez, Yiṣḥaq LêbPerez Yiṣḥaq Lêb 1852?-1915Pereẕ Yiṣḥaq Leyb 1852?-1915Pereẕ Yiṣḥaq Leybuš 1852?-1915Pereẕ Yiṣḥaq Leyybuš 1852?-1915Perez, Yitskhok Leybush, 1851 or 2-1915Pereẕ, Yiẕḥaq Lēbūš, 1851-1915Perezs, Leons, 1852-1915Перец, Ицхок Лейбуш, 1852-1915Перец, Леон, 1851-1915Перец, Леон, 1852-1915י. ל. פרץל"ץ, שם בדוי (י. ל. פרץ)לצפר, שם בדוי (י. ל. פרץ)פלא"י, שם בדוי (י. ל. פרץ)פערעץ, י.-לפערעץ, ייצכאק-לייבושפערעץ, יצחק ליבוש, 1851-1915פערעצ ייצכאק-לייבוש 1852?-1915פערעצ, ייצכאק־לייבישפרץ, י. ל.פרץ, י. ל., 1851 or 1852-1915פרץ י. ל., 1851 or 18522-1915פרץ י"ל 1852?-1915פרץ, י. ל. פרץ, 1851 or 1852-1915פרץ, יהודה ליב, 1851 or 1852-1915פרץ, יצחק ל., 1851 or 1852-1915פרץ, יצחק לבפרץ יצחק ליב 1852?-1915פרץ, יצחק ליבושפרץ, יצחק ליבוש, 1851 or 1852-1915פרץ יצחק ליבוש 1852?-1915פרץ, יצחק לייבפרץ, יצחק לייב, 1851 or 1852-1915פרץ יצחק לייב 1852?-1915פרץ, יצחק לייבושפרץ, יצחק לייבוש, 1851 or 1852-1915פרץ יצחק לייבוש 1852?-1915פרץַ, יצחק לײב, 1851 or 1852-1915lccn-n79011119Sholem Aleichem1859-1916othcrelccn-n79076448Mendele Mokher Sefarim1835-1917othcrelccn-n85051791Frieden, Ken1955-edtlccn-n79017124Wisse, Ruth R.auispkedtlccn-n85042938Tannhäuserlccn-n50037348Herzl, Theodor1860-1904lccn-n79081313Heine, Heinrich1797-1856lccn-n2002057753Garrett, Leah1966-lccn-n50019330Samuel, Maurice1895-1972lccn-n85369422מייזיל, נחמן1887־1966edtPeretz, Isaac Leib1851 or 1852-1915FictionBiographyCriticism, interpretation, etcRecords and correspondenceMusical settingsMusicLegendsPeretz, Isaac Leib,Sholem Aleichem,Mendele Mokher Sefarim,JewsSatire, YiddishSocial problems in literatureTannhäuser (Wagner, Richard)Heine, Heinrich,Herzl, Theodor,TannhäuserShort stories, YiddishAuthors, YiddishJews--Social life and customsReligionPolitical and social viewsYiddish dramaWomen as literary charactersJewish womenLiteratureYiddish literatureYiddish fictionSimons, Leonard N.,Jewish authorsBlok, Aleksandr Aleksandrovich,Song cyclesSongs (High voice) with pianoMistral, Gabriela,Songs (Medium voice) with pianoJewish danceJewish educatorsOne-act playsPolandTheater, YiddishHebrew languageShort stories, GermanSoviet UnionYiddish poetryGerman fictionHebrew literatureHebrew poetryJewish women in literatureJews, RussianShort stories, HebrewEnglish dramaChildren's stories, YiddishHebrew essaysHebrew fictionJewish theaterHebrew literature, ModernHasidim185219151877188018901892189318941895189618991900190119021903190419051906190719081909191019111912191319141915191619171918191919201921192219231924192519261927192819291930193119321933193419351936193719381939194019411942194319441945194619471948194919501951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220131419012782743839.0933PJ5129.P4ocn721960291ocn075117885ocn075110750ocn074696406ocn720723501ocn073345575ocn722318165ocn034607992ocn427995027ocn798529301ocn862832849ocn176104041ocn069244163ocn123411060ocn123892975ocn859522923ocn718736708ocn691777359ocn122985825ocn1506401891994ocn001178543book19230.63Block, EttaOne-act plays from the Yiddish1945ocn000736233book19580.59Peretz, Isaac LeibIn this world and the next; selected writingsFiction1825ocn000631711book19600.53Peretz, Isaac LeibThe book of fire, storiesFiction1477ocn000241261book19250.66Peretz, Isaac LeibBontshe the silentFiction1336ocn002325510book19470.79Peretz, Isaac LeibPeretz12221ocn010635786book19200.90Peretz, Isaac LeibAle verk9518ocn003113830book19160.76Peretz, Isaac LeibJüdische Geschichten842ocn811337586com20080.86Vaĭnberg, MComplete songsMusical settings833ocn840105890file20020.76On wings of Jewish songsMusic838ocn028970112book19200.93Peretz, Isaac LeibDi ṿerḳ fun Yitsḥoḳ Leybush Perets8236ocn023090451book19010.90Peretz, Isaac LeibShrifṭen7814ocn013049816book19240.88Peretz, Isaac LeibKitve Y.L. Perets762ocn005819319book19640.79Sheffer, IsaiahThe theater of Peretz; a dramatic presentation from the works of Isaac Loeb Peretz, adapted for the stage7211ocn000736242book19060.70Peretz, Isaac LeibStories and picturesFiction669ocn001920556book19160.90Eliasberg, AlexanderOstjüdische Erzähler : J.-L. Perez, Scholem-Alejchem, Scholem Asch606ocn001890086book19470.70Peretz, Isaac LeibStories from Peretz5817ocn021639700book19630.33Peretz, Isaac LeibYalḳuṭ Perets5810ocn419264390book19300.73Peretz, Isaac LeibContes hassidiquesLegends5520ocn026160424book19220.76Peretz, Isaac LeibMi-pi ha-ʻam552ocn003944660book19290.63Block, EttaOne-act plays from the Yiddish12982ocn042854973file19950.47Frieden, KenClassic Yiddish fiction Abramovitsh, Sholem Aleichem, and PeretzCriticism, interpretation, etcYiddish literature, despite its remarkable achievements during an era bounded by Russian reforms in the 1860s and the First World War, has never before been surveyed by a scholarly monograph in English. Classic Yiddish Fiction provides an overview and interprets the Yiddish fiction of S.Y. Abramovitsh, Sholem Aleichem, and I.L. Peretz. While analyzing their works, Frieden situates these three authors in their literary world and in relation to their cultural contexts. Two or three generations ago, Yiddish was the primary language of Jews in Europe and America. Today, following the Nazi genocide and half a century of vigorous assimilation, Yiddish is sinking into oblivion. By providing a bridge to the lost continent of Yiddish literature, Frieden returns to those European traditions. This journey back to Ashkenazic origins also encompasses broader horizons, since the development of Yiddish culture in Europe and America parallels the history of other ethnic traditions+-+26517964257733ocn762325060file20110.37Garrett, LeahA Knight at the opera Heine, Wagner, Herzl, Peretz, and the legacy of der TannhäuserA Knight at the Opera examines the remarkable and unknown role that the medieval legend (and Wagner opera) Tannhauser played in Jewish cultural life in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The book analyzes how three of the greatest Jewish thinkers of that era, Heinrich Heine, Theodor Herzl, and I. L. Peretz, used this central myth of Germany to strengthen Jewish culture and to attack anti-Semitism. In the original medieval myth, a Christian knight lives in sin with the seductive pagan goddess Venus in the Venusberg. He escapes her clutches and makes his way to Rome to seek absolution from the Pope. The Pope does not pardon Tannhäuser and he returns to the Venusberg. During the course of A Knight at the Opera, readers will see how Tannhäuser evolves from a medieval knight, to Heine's German scoundrel in early modern Europe, to Wagner's idealized German male, and finally to Peretz's pious Jewish scholar in the Land of Israel. Venus herself also undergoes major changes from a pagan goddess, to a lusty housewife, to an overbearing Jewish mother. The book also discusses how the founder of Zionism, Theodor Herzl, was so inspired by Wagner's opera that he wrote The Jewish State while attending performances of it, and he even had the Second Zionist Congress open to the music of Tannhauser's overture. A Knight at the Opera uses Tannhauser as a way to examine the changing relationship between Jews and the broader world during the advent of the modern era, and to question if any art, even that of a prominent anti-Semite, should be considered taboo+-+065180200663716ocn000322520book19480.59Samuel, MauricePrince of the ghettoCriticism, interpretation, etc6174ocn000897720book19740.39Peretz, Isaac LeibSelected storiesFiction5346ocn021594974book19900.35Peretz, Isaac LeibThe I.L. Peretz readerLibrary of Yiddish Classics. Glossary+-+30974555853081ocn022510136book19910.59Wisse, Ruth RI. L. Peretz and the making of modern Jewish culture+-+44352404753242793ocn004490295book19790.79Adler, RuthWomen of the shtetl : through the eyes of Y.L. PeretzBibliography: p. 131-137. Includes index2774ocn053848387book20040.47Mendele Mokher SefarimClassic Yiddish stories of S.Y. Abramovitsh, Sholem Aleichem, and I.L. PeretzFiction"Two novellas by S.Y. Abramovitsh open this collection of the best short works by three influential nineteenth-century Jewish authors, Abramovitsh's alter ego - Mendele the Book Peddler - introduces himself and narrates both The Little Man and Fishke the Lame. His cast of characters includes Isaac Abraham as tailor's apprentice, choirboy, and corrupt businessman; Mendele's friend Wine 'n' Candles Alter; and Fishke, who travels through the Ukraine with a caravan of beggars." "Sholem Aleichem's lively stories reintroduce us to Tevye, the gregarious dairyman, as he describes the pleasures of raising his independent-minded daughters. These are followed by short monologues in which Aleichem gives voice to unforgettable characters from Eastern Europe to the Lower East Side. Finally, I.L. Peretz's neo-hasidic tales draw on hasidic tradition in the service of modern literature." "These stories provide an unsentimental look back at Jewish life in Eastern Europe. Although nostalgia occasionally colors their prose, the writers were social critics who understood the shortcomings of shtetl life. For the general reader, these translations breathe new life into the extraordinary worlds of Yiddish literature. The introduction, glossary and biographical essays contemporaneous to each author put those worlds into context, making the book indispensable to students and scholars of Yiddish culture."--Jacket+-+65125106352353ocn003157881book19060.70Peretz, Isaac LeibStories and picturesFiction2212ocn000944895book19640.63Peretz, Isaac LeibMy memoirsBiography909ocn007404458book19290.93Peretz, Isaac LeibBriṿ un redesRecords and correspondence832ocn004028241book19590.07Rothchild, SylviaKeys to a magic door : Isaac Leib PeretzJuvenile worksBiography681ocn034076648book19960.84Peretz, Isaac LeibSelected works of I.L. Peretz638ocn045946465book19450.93Mayzel, NachmanY.L. Perets : zayn lebn un shafn, ophandlungen un maṭerialnCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography623ocn019311804book19510.95Mayzel, NachmanYitsḥoḳ Leybush Perets un zayn dor shrayber592ocn019306403book19520.93Niger, SamuelY.L. Perets : zayn lebn, zayn firndiḳe perzenlekhḳayṭ, zayne Hebreishe un Yidishe shrifṭn, zayn ṿirḳungCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography584ocn018372769book19550.94Schweid, MarkṬreysṭ mayn folḳ : dos lebn fun Y.L. Perets5310ocn019306480book19150.81Peretz, Isaac LeibY. L. Perets : a zamelbukh tsu zayn ondenḳenCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography532ocn000357077book19720.79Peretz, Isaac LeibPeretz523ocn011757774book19490.95Kappel, AlexanderYitsḥoḳ Leybush Perets un dos Yidishe ṭeaṭerBiography+-+3097455585+-+3097455585Fri Mar 21 15:43:37 EDT 2014batch67289