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The last lullaby : poetry from the Holocaust

Author: Aaron Kramer; Saul Lishinsky
Publisher: Syracuse, N.Y. : Syracuse University Press, 1999.
Series: Religion, theology, and the Holocaust.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st pbk. edView all editions and formats
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A collection of poems written in Jewish ghettos, way stations, death camps and forests under the nightmarish circumstances of the Holocaust.

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Genre/Form: Poetry
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Aaron Kramer; Saul Lishinsky
ISBN: 081560579X 9780815605799
OCLC Number: 51619330
Notes: Originally published: 1998.
"A Dora Teitelboim Foundation publication."
Description: xix, 256 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: The Dora Teitelboim Foundation --
The Emperor of Atlantis and other writings --
Creation in a death camp / Aaron Kramer --
The Emperor of Atlantis / Viktor Ullmann and Peter Kien --
You, who're permitted to live / Janne Furch-Allers --
Lullabies of the Holocaust --
A cradlesong for American-Jewish children - 1940 / Melech Ravitch --
Night and rain / Mani-Leib --
The last cradlesong / Kehos Kliger --
Ghetto Lullaby / Isaiah Spiegel --
Lullaby / Bezalel Friedman --
Wandersong / Benjamin Katz --
A Cradlesong for today / Zische Landau --
The Moon is going to sleep / Ricudah Potash --
Three children / Kadia Molodowsky --
A father's lullaby ; Song of a substitute mother / Arn Kurtz --
The last lullaby / Freidl Trofimov --
Little boy dreaming / H. Leivick --
In the children's home / Avrom Zak --
Lullaby / Chaveh Rosenfarb --
Shmulik / Dora Teitelboim --
A new lullaby / Moishe Broderson --
Playthings / Avrom Sutzkever --
Babi-Yar ; The cradle / Shike Driz --
The empty little bed / David Einhorn --
The young mother / Avrom Sutzkever --
Sleep, child / M. Shenker --
Cradlesong 1943 / Moishe Shulshtein --
A song without a name about a child without a name / Simche Sneh --
Orphans ; Noteh's sleep-song / Itzik Manger --
Over cradles / Menachem Boraishe --
Under the patch of yellow / H. Leivick --
Cradlesong of a Jewish mother in Poland / Meyer-Zimmel Tkatch --
Ghetto Song / Jacob Glatstein --
Cradlesong / Itzik Feffer --
Softly, softly / Shmerke Katcherginsky --
War lullaby / Brache Kopstein --
Partisans / Chanan Kiel --
Cradlesong / Leizer Wolf --
A wind weeps / Adela Friedman --
The Poets --
Poets of the Holocaust --
Songs of the Ghettos and death camps --
In Bialystok's Ghetto ; Let us be jolly ; Not one sob ; From Vilna went forth still another decree / Authors Unknown --
Gypsy song / David Beigelman --
Toward a better tomorrow / Kasriel Broida --
Aflame! / Mordecai Gebirtig --
A Jewish child / Chaneh Haitin --
The song of the slaughtered Jewish people / Isaac Katzenelson --
A Bit of bread / Chaieh Ledik --
I yearn / Lerke Rosenblum --
The Grief-stricken heart / S. Shenker --
To a little boy ; Eternity / Moishe Shimmel --
Our spirit is not broken / Joshua Zendorf --
Partisan Poets --
Why was it so bright? / Leib Apeskin --
Warsaw ; Ballad of Itzik Wittenberg / Shmerke Katcherginsky --
In the dungeon ; My mother ; The lost roses ; Before night ; The teacher Mira --
A sword with wings --
Song of a Jewish poet in 1943 --
If no trace of my people shall be found --
Let each be a fortress! / Avrom Sutzkever --
Don't sing the sorrowful ; The third hand / Avrom Sutzkever --
The bridge reverberates each step we take ; While carrying loads of timber ; And have there been many more days allotted? / Jacob (Jack) Gordon --
Not a sound; the night is starry ; Partisan song / Hirsh Glik --
Soviet Yiddish poets --
No weeping! ; Spring / David Hofshetein --
Strength ; Before ; The Word about Ethel / Leib Kvitko --
To a Jewish dancer / Peretz Markish --
Shadows of the Warsaw Ghetto ; My curse ; The vow / Itzik Feffer --
Thirst / Ziame Talessin --
To the skies of Israel / Meyer Charatz --
June 22nd ; Spring's table / Rochel Boimvoll --
Survivors --
Out of the hot ashes --
Avrom Zak --
I'd like to stop / Rochl Korn --
Alone / Nahum Bomze --
I was not privileged / Aaron Zeitlin --
A song aobut Yiddish / Binem Heller --
Had my mother lived ; Mendele / Israel Emiot --
A naked boy / Chaim Grade --
The silent partner ; My mother looks at me ; This is not the road ; My prayer to the chimney --
We go on living --
A snow falls --
I live on the West side --
Prayer --
God hid his face --
How cool, how velvet-green ; Tadzhio! Tadzhio! ; Dear neighbors ; The September wind ; Two stones ; My sister Chaneh ; My mother sang me a Polish song ; My father's letters ; The Titanic ; Sounds from the past ; Perhaps ; In California I heard ; My son ; What swims there on the Hudson --
And always when the sun goes down --
The eclipse of 1964 --
Again I live / Rajzel Zychlinska --
From across the wide sea --
My father used to call it chtsos / H. Leivick --
To an orphan / Sara Barkan --
Dreams / Shifre Weiss --
Peretz and Bontshe Shvaig in the Warsaw Ghetto / Eliezer Greenberg --
Merciful God / Kadia Molodowsky --
Smoke ; Memorial poem ; Lament for the souls of Jewish cities / Jacob Glatstein --
What is not here / Shaye Budin --
The Last one, the first one ; Homecoming / Isaac E. Ronch --
The stone ; The martyrs are calling / Ber Green --
The lovers of Israel / Itzik Manger --
The devil's dance / Nathan D. Korman --
In terrible days / Chaneh Safran --
The Ship / Yuri Suhl --
Ash on the sun / Chaim Plotkin --
I await you ; Momma / Jacob Daniel-Levitz --
There once was a house / Dora Teitelboim --
Aaron Kramer and Ber Green --
Aaron Kramer: a tribute / Matthew Paris.
Series Title: Religion, theology, and the Holocaust.
Responsibility: edited and translated by Aaron Kramer ; drawings by Saul Lishinsky.

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