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Fri Mar 21 17:14:01 2014 UTClccn-n790764480.32Fischke der Lahme : Bettlerroman /0.610.95Mendele Moykher Sforim : zayn lebn : zayne gezelshafṭlekhe un liṭerarishe oyfṭuungen /56947970Mendele_Mocher_Sforimn 79076448309123Abramovič, Š. J., 1836-1917Abramovič, Sālām Jaʾaʾqob 1836-1917Abramovič, Šālōm Jaaqōb 1836-1917Abramovič, Šalom Jakub.Abramovič, Šalom YaʿaqovAbramovič, Šolom J. 1836-1917Abramovich, S. M., 1835-1917Abramovich, Shalom Jacob.Abramovich, Shalom Jacob, 1835-1917Abramovich, Shālōm YakovAbramovich Sholem Yakov 1836-1917Abramovitch, Chalom JacobAbramovitch Chalom Jacob 1836-1917Abramovitch, Scholem JacobAbramovitch, Shalom Yaakov, 1835-1917Abramovitj, Shalom Jacob, 1835-1917Abramovits, Salom Jakob, 1835-1917Abramoṿits, Sh. Y., 1835-1917Abramoṿits, Shalom Yaʻaḳov ben Ḥayim Mosheh, 1835-1917Abramovitsh, S. Y.Abramovitsh, S.Y., 1835-1917Abramovitsh, Scholem Yankev, 1835-1917Abramoṿitsh, Sh. Y., 1835-1917Abramoṿitsh, Shalom Yaʻaḳov, 1835-1917Abramovitz, S. Y. 1836-1917Abramowič Šalwm Yaʿaqob 1836-1917Abramowich, Shalom JacobAbramowich, Shalom Jacob 1836-1917Abramowicz, S.Abramowicz, Salomon JakubAbramowicz, Sz. 1836-1917Abramowicz, Szalom JaakowAbramowicz, Szalom Jakub.Abramowitch, Shalom Jacob, 1835-1917Abramowiṭš, Š. Y. 1836-1917Abramowiṭš, Šālôm Y. 1836-1917Abramowitsch, S. J., 1835-1917Abramowitsch, Schalom J. 1836-1917Abramowitsch, Schalom JakobAbramowitsch, Scholem-Jaakew, 1835-1917Abramowitsch, Schulem JaankewAbramowitsch, Schulem Jaankew, 1835-1917Abramowitsch, Shalom JacobAbramowitsch Shalom Jacob 1836-1917Abramowitsch, Sholem YankevAbramowitz, Schalom J. 1836-1917Abramowitz, Shalom Jacob, 1835-1917Abramowitz, Shalom Jacob, 1836-1917ʾAbramowiyṣ Šalwm Yaʿʿqob ben Ḥayyim Mošeh 1836-1917ʾAbramwbiyṣ' Šalwm Yaʿaqob 1836-1917Bʾ"RBrojde, Scholem J. 1836-1917Brojde, Scholem Jankew 1836-1917Broyde, Shalom JacobBroyde, Shalom Jacob, 1835-1917ʾIyš 1836-1917Mendale Mocher SfarimMendale Mocher Sfarim, 1835-1917Mendale Moicher Sfurim, 1835-1917Mendele Mocher Sefarim.Mendele, Mocher Sefarim, 1835-1917Mendele Mocher Sefarim 1836-1917Mendele Mocher Seforim.Mendele Mocher Seforim, 1835-1917Mendele Mocher Seforim 1836-1917Mendele, Mocher Sfarim, 1835-1917Mendele Mocher SforimMendele Mocher-Sforim, 1835-1917Mendele Mocher Sforim 1836-1917Mendele Moher Sefarim.Mendélé Moher Sefarim, 1835-1917Mendele Moicher Sefarim 1836-1917Mendele, Moicher SforimMendele, Moicher Sforim, 1835-1917Mendele Moicher-Sforim 1836-1917Mendełe Moicher Sfurim.Mendele Moicher Sfurim, 1835-1917Mendele Moicher Sfurim 1836-1917Méndele Moijer Sfórim, 1835-1917Mendele Moijer Sforim 1836-1917Mendele Moikher-SforimMendele Moĭkher-Sforim, 1835-1917Mendełe Mojcher Sforim.Mendele Mojcher Sforim, 1835-1917Mendele Mojcher-Sforim 1836-1917Mendele Mojcher Sforin, 1835-1917Méndele Mójer Sfórim, 1835-1917Mendele Mojher Szforim, 1835-1917Mendele Môḵer SefarîmMendele, Moḵer-Sefarim, 1835-1917Mendele, Mokēr Sefārīm 1836-1917Mendele, Moḵer-Seforim, 1835-1917Mendele Mokher SefarimMendele, Mokher Sefarim, 1835-1917Mendele Mokher Sefarim 1836-1917Mendele Mokher Seforim.Mendele, Mokher Seforim, 1835-1917Mendele Mokher Serafim, 1836-1917Mendele Mokher SfarimMendele Mokher Sfarim, 1835-1917Mendele Mokher Sfarim 1836-1917Mendele Mokher Sforim, 1835-1917Mendele Moyker Sforim.Mendele Moyḵer-Sforim 1836-1917Mendelé Moykher SforimMendele Moykher-Sforim, 1835-1917Mendele, the Book Peddler, 1835-1917Mendeley Mwker Spariym.Mendeley Mwker Spariym 1836-1917Mendeli Moḵer Sefarim 1836-1917Mendeli Mokher SefarimMendeli Mokher Sefarim, 1835-1917Mendeli Mokher Sefarim 1836-1917Mendeli Mokher Sfarim, 1835-1917Mendeli Moykher Sfarim, 1835-1917Mendeli Moykher SforimMendeli Moykher Sforim, 1835-1917Mendole Moher Seforim, 1835-1917MNDLY, Mokēr Sefārīm 1836-1917Mocher Sefarim, Mendele 1836-1917Mocher Sepharim, MendeleMoicher Sefarim, Mendele 1836-1917Moicher-Sforim, Mendele 1836-1917Moicher Sfurim, MendeleMoicher Sfurim Mendele 1836-1917Moijer Sforim, Mendele 1836-1917Moïkher-Sforim, MendeleMoĭkher-Sforim, Mendele, 1835-1917Moïkher-Sforim Mendele 1836-1917Mojcher Sforim, Mendele.Mojcher Sforim, Mendele, 1835-1917Mojcher-Sforim, Mendele 1836-1917Moḵer Sefarim, Mendele, 1835-1917Mokher-Sefarim, MendeleMokher-Sefarim, Mendele, 1835-1917Mokher-Sefarim, Mendele 1836-1917Mōkhēr Sěphārīm, MendeleMokher-Sfarim, MendeleMokher-Sfarim, Mendele, 1835-1917Moykher-Sforim, MendelMoykher-Sforim, Mendele, 1835-1917Moykher-Sforim Mendele 1836-1917ʾN"Y Šalwm 1836-1917Schalom, Jakob AbramowitschSefarim, Mendele MokherSefarim, Mendele Mokher, 1835-1917Seforim, Mendele MocherSeforim, Mendele Mocher, 1835-1917Sepharim, Mendele MocherSfarim, Mendale MocherSfarim, Mendale Mocher, 1835-1917Sforim, Mendele MocherSforim, Mendele Mocher, 1835-1917Sforim, Mendele Moicher- 1836-1917Sforim, Mendele Moïkher-Sforim Mendele Moïkher- 1836-1917Sforim, Mendele Mojcher.Sforim, Mendele Mojcher- 1836-1917Sforim, Mendele Moykher, 1835-1917Sforim Mendele Moykher 1836-1917Sfurim, M. M.Sfurim, Mendele MoicherSfurim Mendele Moicher 1836-1917Shālōm, Yakov AbramowichАбрамович, С. М.Абрамович, Соломон МоисеевичАбрамович, Шолом ЯковМойхер-Сфорим, Менделеאבראמאוויטש שלום-יעקב 1836-1917אבראמאוויץ, ש.אברמוביץ, ש״י, 1835־1917אברמוביץ', שלום יעקבאברמוביץ, שלום יעקב, 1836־1917אברמויץ שלום יעקב בן חיים משה 1836-1917איש 1836-1917איש (שם בדוי)אנ"י שלום 1836-1917אנ"י שלום (שם בדוי)בא"רמנדלה מוכר ספריםמנדלימנדלי מוכר סופריםמנדלי מוכר ספרחםמנדלי מוכר־ספריםמנדלי, מוכר ספרים, 1835־1917מנדלי מוכר ספרים, 1836־1917מנדלי מוכר־ספרים, 5381־7191מנדעלע מוכר ספרים.מעדלי מוכר ספריםמעדלי מוכר ספרים, 1835־1917מעדעלע מוכר ספריםמענגעלע מוכר ספריםמענדילי מוכר ספריםמענדנלע מויכער־ספארים, 1835־1917מענדעלי מוכר ספריםמענדעלי מוכר ספרים, 1835־1917מענדעלעמענדעלע מויכער-ספארים‏מענדעלע מויכער ספארימ.מענדעלע מוכר ספוריםמענדעלע מוכר ספרים.מענדעלע מוכר ספרים. 1835-1917מענדעלע מוכר ספרים, 1917־1835מענדעלע מוכר ספרימס, 1835־1917ש"י אברמוביץש״י אברמוביץ, ש״י, 1835־1917containsVIAFID/248603245Abramowich, Shalom Jacob, 1835-1917lccn-n79011119Sholem Aleichem1859-1916othcrelccn-n85051791Frieden, Ken1955-edtlccn-n50011063Peretz, Isaac Leib1851 or 1852-1915othcrelccn-n86088546Baron, Devorah1887-1956lccn-n96075446Seidman, Naomilccn-n82231759Miron, Danlccn-nr95000106Wex, Michael1954-trllccn-n77001432Steinberg, Theodore L.(Theodore Louis)1947-lccn-no96024925Gorelick, Tedtrllccn-n82080244Bergelson, David1884-1952Mendele Mokher Sefarim1835-1917FictionHistoryMendele Mokher Sefarim,Sholem Aleichem,Peretz, Isaac Leib,Yiddish languageJews--LanguagesBilingualismLanguages in contactHebrew languageBaron, Devorah,Language and languagesSatire, YiddishSocial problems in literatureJewish womenYiddish fictionJews--Social life and customsJewsRussiaShort stories, YiddishYiddish literatureHebrew literature, ModernModernism (Literature)Bergelson, David,Goldberg, Leah,Authors, YiddishJews, RussianTravelersJews as literary charactersJews--PsychologyPsychologyAntisemitism--Psychological aspectsSelf-hate (Psychology)Bialik, Hayyim Nahman,Hebrew fictionMapu, Abraham,Axenfeld, Israel,Short stories, HebrewMani Leib,Reisen, Abraham,Rosenfeld, Morris,Liessin, Abraham,Niger, Samuel,Asch, Sholem,Singer, Israel Joshua,Opatoshu, Joseph,Leivick, H.,Kobrin, Leon,Zhitlowsky, Chaim,Libin, Z.--(Zalman),Dubnow, Simon,Hirschbein, Peretz,1835191718601862186418651866186718681869187218731874187518781879188018841885188618881889189618981899190019011902190419061907190819091910191119121913191419171918191919201921192219231924192519261927192819291930193119321933193419351936193719381939194019411942194319441945194619471948194919501951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201299127461602839.0933PJ5129.A2ocn075117885ocn075110750ocn074696406ocn019306633ocn238935208ocn419701987ocn762457885ocn7223181653103ocn033009609book19960.35Mendele Mokher SefarimTales of Mendele the Book Peddler : Fishke the Lame and Benjamin the ThirdFictionTwo novellas from the founder of modern Yiddish fiction, depicting smalltown Jewish life in 19th Century Russia. One novella, The Brief Travels of Benjamin the Third, describes the comical misadventures of a Quixote-Panza pair who set off to see the world outside their town+-+618697053517351ocn015343994book19120.81Mendele Mokher SefarimKol kitve Mendele Mokher Sefarim [pseud.]16028ocn019314025book19100.92Mendele Mokher SefarimAle ṿerḳ fun Mendele Moykher Sforim (Sh. Y. Abramovits)14310ocn000228670book19490.73Abramowich, Shalom JacobThe travels and adventures of Benjamin the ThirdFictionA satire of two small-town innocents who wander out into the wide world, invariably coming to grief, yet maintaining the nobility of innocence1288ocn001434989book19280.76Mendele Mokher SefarimFishke the lameFiction1081ocn001615995book19550.73Mendele Mokher SefarimThe nagFictionA satire dealing with an impoverished scholar and a battered workhorse. A portrayal of the conditions under which 19th century Eastern European Jews lived942ocn003023944book19560.79Mendele Mokher SefarimThe parasiteFiction8914ocn004130697book19370.73Mendele Mokher SefarimDie fahrten Binjamins des Dritten; eine erzählung626ocn015270207book19090.93Mendele Mokher SefarimAle shrifṭen5912ocn018399511book19280.95Mendele Mokher SefarimSefer ha-ḳabtsanim5733ocn019424993book19210.81Mendele Mokher Sefarim<>Fiction5627ocn019314617book18880.84Mendele Mokher SefarimFishḳe der ḳrumer5113ocn075410704book19780.32Mendele Mokher SefarimFischke der Lahme : Bettlerroman496ocn012376050book19840.59Mendele Mokher SefarimDie Mähre496ocn010636670book19590.95Mendele Mokher SefarimMasoes Binyomin hashlishi ; Fishḳe der ḳrumer476ocn019302341book19310.88Mendele Mokher SefarimḲleyn Mendele : ṭipn, bilder, dertseylungen un gleykhṿerṭlakh451ocn011020793book19410.88Ovsay, JoshuaḲovets sipurim : mi-Mendele ʻad Byaliḳ : ʻim reshimot biyografyot456ocn011081243book19990.92Mendele Mokher SefarimGeḳlibene ṿerḳ456ocn015133357book19840.59Mendele Mokher SefarimJiddische Erzählungen395ocn004244594book19610.59Mendele Mokher SefarimFischke der Krumme und Der Wunschring : zwei Romane12997ocn042855202com19970.39Seidman, NaomiA marriage made in heaven the sexual politics of Hebrew and Yiddish"A Marriage Made in Heaven is a history of how Hebrew and Yiddish came to represent the masculine and feminine faces, respectively, of Ashkenazic Jewish culture. It is the first book-length exploration of the historical associations between Yiddish and Jewish women and Hebrew and Jewish men, tracing these associations back to the seventeenth century and the sexual segregation of reading audiences. Documenting the eventual rise of Yiddish "women's" literature, Seidman also examines this sexual-linguistic system as it shaped the work of two bilingual authors: Sh. Y. Abramovitsh, the "grandfather" of modern Hebrew and Yiddish literature, and Dvora Baron, the first woman prose writer in modern Hebrew. She then analyzes the roles Yiddish "femininity" and Hebrew "masculinity" played in the Hebrew-Yiddish language wars, the divorce that ultimately ended the Hebrew-Yiddish "marriage.""--BOOK JACKET+-+397205030532412982ocn042854973file19950.47Frieden, 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+-+26517964254573ocn003016760book19770.63Steinberg, Theodore LMendele Mocher SeforimCriticism, interpretation, etc4495ocn000763476book19680.63Miron, DanA traveler disguised; a study in the rise of modern Yiddish fiction in the nineteenth centuryCriticism, interpretation, etc2774ocn053848387book20040.47Mendele 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+-+65125106352005ocn704120843book20110.84Schachter, AllisonDiasporic modernisms : Hebrew and Yiddish litreature in the twentieth centuryCriticism, interpretation, etc'Diasporic Modernisms' illuminates the formal and historical aspects of displaced Jewish writers - S.Y. Abramovitsh, Yosef Chaim Brenner, Dovid Bergelson, Leah Goldberg, and others - who grappled with statelessness and the uncertain status of Yiddish and Hebrew+-+78176344651822ocn051937019book20030.81Mendele Mokher SefarimThe wishing-ring : a novelHistoryFiction"The events of this novel unfold through the eyes of Hershl, who leaves his small town to become educated only to return to the Pale of Settlement in the wake of the pogroms in 1881. S. Y. Abramovitsh's famed epic novel explores the social upheaval of Russian Jews who are forced by poverty to leave their homes. As he traces the dissolution of the Eastern European shtetl and traditional Jewish life, Abramovitsh narrates a coming-of-age story of a shtetl child with a fresh and inspired perspective. The novel achieved canonical status both in its Yiddish original and in its Hebrew version, but under the title, In the Vale of Tears."+-+70858106351352ocn027106301book19930.88Aberbach, DavidRealism, caricature, and bias : the fiction of Mendele Mocher SefarimCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+53592292361232ocn023142272book19910.81Mendele Mokher SefarimSelected works of Mendele Moykher-Sforim863ocn032699417book19730.76Miron, DanA traveler disguised : the rise of modern Yiddish fiction in the nineteenth centuryCriticism, interpretation, etcThis exposition of writer S. Y. Abramovitsh explores the symbolic importance of his central character, Mendele the Bookseller, and the history of Yiddish fiction in Russia during the nineteenth century+-+9588510635767ocn019306539book19360.95Niger, SamuelMendele Moykher Sforim : zayn lebn : zayne gezelshafṭlekhe un liṭerarishe oyfṭuungenBiography613ocn010968850book19590.93Mendele Mokher SefarimDos Mendele-bukh : briṿ un oyṭobiografishe noṭitsnCriticism, interpretation, etcRecords and correspondence616ocn019207278book19650.90Shaked, GershonBen śeḥok le-demaʻ : ʻiyunim bi-yetsirato shel Mendele Mokher-SefarimCriticism, interpretation, etc534ocn060597387book20040.90Shaked, GershonMendele, lefanaṿ ṿe-ạharaṿCriticism, interpretation, etc522ocn009351895book19790.92Miron, DanBen ḥazon le-emet : nitsane ha-roman ha-ʻIvri ṿeha-Yidi ba-meʼah ha-teshaʻ-ʻeśrehCriticism, interpretation, etc462ocn007411752book0.79Simon, SolomonḲinder yorn fun Idishe shrayberBiography432ocn032873530book19950.95Miron, Danha-Rofe ha-medumeh : ʻiyunim ba-siporet ha-Yehudit ha-ḳlasitCriticism, interpretation, etc415ocn031963532book19940.92Mendele Mokher SefarimKetavim be-ibam : Ṭabaʻat ha-mofet = Dos ṿinṭshfingerl ; Fishḳeh ha-ḥiger = Fishḳe der ḳrumerCriticism, interpretation, etc402ocn015271735book19760.95Mendele Mokher SefarimḤalifat igrot ben S.Y. Abramovits u-ven Ḥ.N. Byaliḳ ṿe-Y.A. Ravnitsḳi be-shanim 1905-1908Records and correspondence383ocn019857981book19790.90Śeh-Lavan, YosefMendele Mokher SefarimCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+6186970535+-+6186970535Fri Mar 21 15:16:26 EDT 2014batch55425