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The seventh candle, and other folk tales of Eastern Europe.

Author: David Einhorn; Ezekiel Schloss
Publisher: [New York] Ktav Pub. House [1968]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Twenty-seven Jewish folk tales from Eastern Europe depicting village life, as well as traditional customs and beliefs.
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Folk tales
Folklore
Tales
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Einhorn, David, 1886-1973.
Seventh candle, and other folk tales of Eastern Europe.
[New York] Ktav Pub. House [1968]
(OCoLC)619932152
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Einhorn; Ezekiel Schloss
ISBN: 0870683691 9780870683695
OCLC Number: 436365
Description: 111 pages illustrations 24 cm
Contents: The synagogue that wept --
The seventh candle --
The eternal light --
The fruit of the holy land --
A visit with Abraham --
An hour in paradise --
The sacred sheaf --
The charred wall --
The last recital --
The remarkable water carrier --
The flying letters --
To the king's blacksmith --
The fiddler and the count --
The tree of a martyr --
The miracle of the Chanukah candles --
A bird's nest --
Meyer Baer --
Rabbi Soos --
The story about a grandma and a grandpa --
The tailor and the sprite --
The miller's helper --
A journey through the sabbath --
The miracle of the echo --
The ill fated mill --
The public billy goat --
The kingdom of the sabbath queen --
The story of an old siddur.
Responsibility: translated from the Yiddish by Gertrude Pashin. Illustrated by Ezekiel Schloss.

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Twenty-seven Jewish folk tales from Eastern Europe depicting village life, as well as traditional customs and beliefs.

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