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Singer, Isaac Bashevis 1904-1991

Works: 1,718 works in 6,283 publications in 34 languages and 125,638 library holdings
Genres: Fiction  Short stories  Biography  Juvenile works  Domestic fiction  History  Criticism, interpretation, etc  Political fiction  Fictional autobiographies  Historical fiction 
Roles: Author, Translator, Director, Performer, Author of introduction, Bibliographic antecedent, Interviewee, Honoree, Creator, Other, Dedicatee, Librettist, Collaborator
Classifications: PJ5129.S49, 839.0933
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Most widely held works by Isaac Bashevis Singer
Shosha by Isaac Bashevis Singer( Book )
149 editions published between 1978 and 2013 in 16 languages and held by 2,889 libraries worldwide
"Shosha is a hauntingly lyrical love story set in Jewish Warsaw on the eve of its annihilation. Aaron Greidinger, an aspiring Yiddish writer and the son of a distinguished Hasidic rabbi, struggles to be true to his art when faced with the chance at riches and a passport to America. But as he and the rest of the Writers' Club wait in horror for Nazi Germany to invade Poland, Aaron rediscovers Shosha, his childhood love-still living on Krochmalna Street, still mysteriously childlike herself-who has been waiting for him all these years
Zlateh the goat and other stories by Isaac Bashevis Singer( Book )
93 editions published between 1966 and 2014 in 4 languages and held by 2,590 libraries worldwide
Seven tales that began in middle-European Jewish folklore about the inhabitants of the village of Chelm
Enemies, a love story by Isaac Bashevis Singer( Book )
100 editions published between 1972 and 2012 in 6 languages and held by 2,408 libraries worldwide
A Jewish refugee who escaped Hitler's Holocaust and is living in New York with his second wife faces a dilemma when he discovers that his first wife is still alive
The manor by Isaac Bashevis Singer( Book )
127 editions published between 1967 and 2016 in 6 languages and held by 2,328 libraries worldwide
"The Manor and The Estate - combined in this one-volume edition - tell the bold tale of Polish Jews in the latter half of the nineteenth century, a time of rapid industrial growth and radical social change that enabled the Jewish community to move from the ghetto to prominent positions within Polish society."--Jacket
The slave : a novel by Isaac Bashevis Singer( Book )
147 editions published between 1962 and 2012 in 17 languages and held by 2,234 libraries worldwide
In 17th-century Poland, a poor Jewish yeshiva teacher marries and converts a gentle peasant girl--against Judaic, Christian, and Polish law
The penitent by Isaac Bashevis Singer( Book )
63 editions published between 1973 and 2012 in 11 languages and held by 1,905 libraries worldwide
Joseph Shapiro, a New York businessman, experiences a mid-life crisis. He leaves his wife, his mistress, his business and goes to Israel in search of religious Orthodoxy
Old love by Isaac Bashevis Singer( Book )
28 editions published between 1966 and 2006 in 5 languages and held by 1,893 libraries worldwide
The family Moskat by Isaac Bashevis Singer( Book )
57 editions published between 1950 and 2007 in English and Undetermined and held by 1,734 libraries worldwide
Activities of a rich Warsaw family between 1900 and World War 2 illustrate Jewish customs and religion. For other editions, see Author Catalog
The estate by Isaac Bashevis Singer( Book )
120 editions published between 1969 and 2007 in 7 languages and held by 1,651 libraries worldwide
Sequel to the manor. Translated from the Yiddish
Scum by Isaac Bashevis Singer( Book )
51 editions published between 1991 and 2011 in 6 languages and held by 1,574 libraries worldwide
After the death of his seventeen-year old son, Max travels back to Warsaw, while his wife stays in South America. There he begins a series of affairs with different women
The magician of Lublin by Isaac Bashevis Singer( Book )
127 editions published between 1960 and 2016 in 10 languages and held by 1,535 libraries worldwide
Jewish hypnotist and acrobat mingles with all classes in 19th-century Poland, but is accepted by none. An account of an exceptional individual's struggle with evil
Why Noah chose the dove by Isaac Bashevis Singer( Book )
49 editions published between 1973 and 2013 in 11 languages and held by 1,485 libraries worldwide
As each animal boasts of the qualities he feels make him especially worthy to go on Noah's ark, Noah takes a particular liking to the dove
Stories for children by Isaac Bashevis Singer( Book )
30 editions published between 1962 and 2014 in 6 languages and held by 1,470 libraries worldwide
Thirty-six stories by the Nobel Prize winner, including some of his most famous such as "Zlateh the Goat," "Mazel and Shlimazel," and "The Fools of Chelm and the Stupid Carp."
Shadows on the Hudson by Isaac Bashevis Singer( Book )
27 editions published between 1997 and 2008 in English and held by 1,441 libraries worldwide
A novel on post-World War II Jewish refugees in New York. It is centered on the Makavers, a prosperous family torn by scandal. Anna, their daughter, has left her husband and taken up with a married man
The certificate by Isaac Bashevis Singer( Book )
37 editions published between 1992 and 2008 in 4 languages and held by 1,400 libraries worldwide
It's 1922 and David Bendiger, an aspiring eighteen-and-a-half-year-old writer, arrives in Warsaw, penniless and homeless. His only contacts are Sonya, a young woman with whom he has had amorous dealings in the village they have left, and a Zionist functionary who informs him he has qualified for a certificate permitting him to emigrate to Palestine. But in order to make the journey David must enter into a fictitious marriage with a woman so eager to get to Palestine that she will pay all the expenses. While David waits for his certificate, he becomes involved not only with Sonya but with Edusha, the sexually avant-garde Communist Party member in whose apartment he finds a temporary haven; and with Minna, the well-to-do young woman who wants to join her fiance in Palestine and agrees to "marry" David. Grappling with romantic, political, and youthful turmoil, David also confronts his literary future and religious past when his older brother - a writer disillusioned by a recent sojourn in Russia - and his father, an Orthodox rabbi, both turn up in Warsaw. The Certificate was serialized in Yiddish in 1967, but may have been written much earlier. The translator, Leonard Wolf, in a postscript calls it "a very young man's book" and "certainly the most playful of Singer's long fictions", with its alternately comic and poignant shifts in plot. Young David's passions for women, philosophizing, Jewish religious speculation, and Walter Mitty-like fantasies make The Certificate a captivating novel in the great tradition of a master storyteller
The king of the fields by Isaac Bashevis Singer( Book )
28 editions published between 1988 and 2012 in English and held by 1,356 libraries worldwide
Singer's novel portrays an era of superstition and violence in a country emerging from the darkness of savagery. Set in Poland in the dark ages, it describes the brutality, prejudice and subjugation that occur when hunter-gatherers and farmers struggle for supremacy over the land
The golem by Isaac Bashevis Singer( Book )
42 editions published between 1982 and 2016 in 13 languages and held by 1,334 libraries worldwide
A clay giant miraculously brought to life by a saintly rabbi saves a Jewish banker who has been falsely accused in the Prague of Emperor Rudolf II
The power of light : eight stories for Hanukkah by Isaac Bashevis Singer( Book )
26 editions published between 1980 and 1994 in English and Undetermined and held by 1,322 libraries worldwide
A collection of eight stories for Hanukkah
Meshugah by Isaac Bashevis Singer( Book )
17 editions published between 1994 and 1999 in 4 languages and held by 1,307 libraries worldwide
A romantic triangle involving survivors of the Holocaust, set in New York City in the 50s. It was serialized in the Yiddish newspaper, Forward, under the title Lost Souls
The fearsome inn by Isaac Bashevis Singer( Book )
15 editions published between 1967 and 1984 in English and held by 1,210 libraries worldwide
Two witches, who practice their evil trade on lost travellers, are banished through the wisdom of a student of the holy cabala, and the power of his magic chalk
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Alternative Names
Baschewis, Izaak
Bašebiys, Yiṣḥaq 1904-1991
Bašebiys-Ziynger, Yiṣḥaq 1904-1991
Baševis, Icchak 1904-1991
Bašewis, Icchak.
Bašewis, Ichak.
Bašewis, J.
Bašewis, Jitzchok 1902-1991
Bašewis, Jitzchok 1904-1991
Bašewis, Yiṣḥāq 1902-1991
Bašewis, Yiṣḥāq 1904-1991
Bašewis-Zinger, Jitzchok 1902-1991
Bašewis-Zinger, Jitzchok 1904-1991
Bašewis-Zinger, Y. 1902-1991
Bašewis-Zinger, Y. 1904-1991
Bašewis-Zinger, Yiṣḥāq 1902-1991
Bašewis-Zinger, Yiṣḥāq 1904-1991
Bašewiys, Yiṣḥaq 1904-1991
Bašewiys-Ziynger, Yiṣḥaq 1904-1991
Bašewwiys, Yishaq
Baʾšewwiys Ziynger, Yiṣḥaq 1904-1991
Bashevis, Isaac
Bashevis, Isaac 1902-1991
Bashevis Isaac 1904-1991
Bashevis, Isaac 1904-1992
Bashevis-Singer, I. 1904-1991
Bashevis-Singer , Isaac
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Bashevis Singer, Itzhak 1902-1991
Bashevis Singer Itzhak 1904-1991
Bashevis-Singer, J. 1902-1991
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Bashevis Singer Yitskhok 1904-1991
Basheṿis, Y. 1904-1991
Basheṿis, Yitsḥaḳ
Basheṿis, Yitsḥaḳ 1902-1991
Basheṿis, Yitsḥaḳ 1904-1991
Basheṿis, Yitsḥoḳ
Basheṿis, Yitsḥoḳ 1904-1991
Bashevis, Yitskhak, 1904-1991
Bashevis Yitskhok 1904-1991
Bashevis-Zinger, It︠s︡khak 1904-
Basheṿis-Zinger, Yitsḥaḳ
Bashevis-Zinger, Yitshak 1902-1991
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Bashevis-Zinger, Yitsḥoḳ
Bashevis-Zinger, Yitsḥoḳ 1904-1991
Bashevis-Zinger, Yitskhok, 1904-1991
Bashevits, Yitshak 1902-1991
Bashevits, Yitshak 1904-1991
Bashvis-Zinger, Yitsḥaḳ 1902-1991
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Baszewis, Izaak
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Cwi, Icchok
IBS 1902-1991
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Isaac Bashevis Singer
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Isaac Bashevis Singer escritor polaco Premio Nobel de Literatura en 1978
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Isaac Bashevis Singer Polish-born Jewish-American author
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Isaac Bashevis Singer scrittore polacco-americano di lingua yiddish
Isaaks Baševis Zingerės
İsak Başeviz Singer
Īzaks Baševiss Zingers
Jiṣḥaq B'aš"ewwis 1902-1991
Jiṣḥaq B'aš"ewwis 1904-1991
Mbasevis Sinker, Isaak
Mbasevis Sinker Isaak 1904-1991
Ṣeʿ 1904-1991
Segal, D.
Segal D. 1904-1991
Shingā, Aizakku Bashevisu
Singer, I.B.
Singer, I. B. 1902-1991
Singer, I.B., 1904-1991
Singer, I. B. (Isaac Bashevis), 1904-1991
Singer, Icchak
Singer, Icchok Baszewis.
Singer, Icchok Baszewis 1902-1991
Singer Icchok Baszewis 1904-1991
Singer , Isaac
Singer, Isaac 1904-1991
Singer , Isaac B.
Singer, Isaac B. 1902-1991
Singer, Isaac B. 1904-1991
Singer, Isaac B. 1904-1992
Singer, Isaac B. (Bashevis), 1904-1991
Singer, Isaac Bashevis
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Singer, Isaak B.
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Singer, Itzchak Bashevis 1904-1991
Singer, Itzhak B. 1902-1991
Singer, Itzhak B. 1904-1991
Singer, Itzhak Bashevis
Singer, Itzhak Bashevis 1902-1991
Singer, Itzhak Bashevis 1904-1991
Singer, Izaak Baschewis.
Singer, Izaak Baszewis
Singer, Jicchak, 1904-1991
Singer, Joseph
Singer Yitskhok Bashevis 1904-1991
Sinğir, Isḥāq Bāšīfīs
Sinker, Isaac Mbasevis
Sinker Isaac Mbasevis 1904-1991
Sinker, Isaak Mpasebis 1902-1991
Sinker, Isaak Mpasebis 1904-1991
Tse 1904-1991
Varshavski Yitshak 1904-1991
Varshavsky Yitshak 1904-1991
Warshawski Yitshak 1904-1991
Warszawski, Icchok
Xinge, Ai Ba
Xinge, Aisake Bashiweisi
Xinge, Yisa
Xinge, Yisa 1902-1991
Xinge, Yisa 1904-1991
Zinger Ayzek Bashevis
Zinger, Basjevis Isaak 1904-1991
Zinger, Isaak Baševis.
Zinger, Isaak Bashevis
Zinger, Isak B. 1902-1991
Zinger, Isak B. 1904-1991
Zinger, It︠s︡khak Bashevis- 1904-
Zinger, Jicchok Baševis, 1904-1991
Zinger, Yiṣḥāq B. 1902-1991
Zinger, Yiṣḥāq B. 1904-1991
Zînger, Yiṣḥāq Baševîs 1902-1991
Zînger, Yiṣḥāq Baševîs 1904-1991
Zinger Yiṣḥaq Bašewis 1904-1991
Zinger, Yitsḥaḳ Basheṿis-
Zinger, Yitsḥaḳ Basheṿis- 1902-1991
Zinger, Yitsḥaḳ Basheṿis 1904-1991
Zinger, Yitsḥoḳ Bashevis-
Zinger, Yitsḥoḳ Bashevis- 1904-1991
Zinger, Yitskhak Bashevis, 1904-1991
Zinger, Yitskhok Bashevis, 1904-1991
Zinger, Yiẕḥaq Baśevis, 1904-1991
Ziynger Yiṣḥaq Bašebiys- 1904-1991
Zsinger, Itzhak Bašewis 1902-1991
Zsinger, Itzhak Bašewis 1904-1991
Zynger, Icchok
Zynger, Icek-Hersz 1902-1991
Zynger Icek-Hersz 1904-1991
Zynger, Izaak
Ισαάκ Μπάσεβις Σίνγκερ
Башевис-Зингер, И.
Башевис-Зингер И. 1904-1991
Башевис-Зингер, Исаак
Башевис-Зингер, Ицхак
Башевис И. 1904-1991
Башевис, Ицхак
Зингер И. 1904-1991
Зингер И. Б. 1904-1991
Зингер И.-Г. 1904-1991
Зингер, Исаак Башевис
Зингер, Исаак Башевис 1904-1991
Зингер, Иссак Башевис
Зингер, Иссак Башевис 1904-1991
Зингер, Ицхак
Зингер, Ицхак Башевис-
Исаак Башевис Сингер
Исаак Варшавский 1904-1991
Исак Башевис Сингер
Ісаак Башевіс Зінґер
Ісаак Башэвіс Зінгер
Ісак Башэвіс Зынгер
באשוויס־זינגר, יצחק
באשוויס־זינגר, יצחק 1904-1991
באשוויס, יצחק
באשעוויס־זינגער, יצחק
באשעוויס־זינגער, יצחק 1902-1991
באשעוויס-זינגער יצחק 1904-1991
באשעוויס, יצחק
באשעוויס יצחק 1904-1991
באשעװיס־זינגער, יצחק 1904-1991
בשביס־זינגר, י.
בשביס־זינגר, יצחק
בשביס זינגר, יצחק 1902-1991
בשביס־זינגר, יצחק 1904-1991
בשביס, יצחק
בשביס יצחק 1904-1991
בשוויס-זינגר, יצחק
בשויס-זינגר יצחק 1904-1991
בשויס, יצחק
בשויס יצחק 1904-1991
זינגער, יצחק באשעוויס
זינגער, יצחק באשעוויס 1902-1991
זינגער יצחק באשעוויס 1904-1991
זינגער, יצחק בשביס
זינגער, יצחק בשביס 1904-1991
זינגר־בשביס, יצחק
זינגר־בשביס, יצחק 1904-1991
זינגר, יצחק
זינגר, יצחק 1904-1991
זינגר, יצחק באשוויס
זינגר, יצחק באשוויס 1904-1991
זינגר, יצחק בשביס-
זינגר, יצחק בשביס 1904-1991
זינגר, יצחק בשויס-
זינגר -יצחק בשויס 1904-1991
יצחק בשביס-זינגר סופר יהודי פולני-אמריקאי בשפה יידיש, חתן פרס נובל לספרות
צע 1904-1991
إساك سنجر
إسحق باشيفيس سنجر، 1904-1991
ايزاك سينجر
آئزک بشوس سنگر
ایزاک بشویس سنگر
ایزاک بشویس سینگر نویسنده آمریکایی
इसाक बेशविस सिंगर
আইজাক বাশেভিস সিঙ্গার
ஐசக் பாஷவிஸ் சிங்கர்
싱거, I. B. 1904-1991
싱거, 아이작 바셰비스 1904-1991
싱거, 아이잭 바셰비스 1904-1991
싱어, 아이작 B. 1904-1991
싱어, 아이작 바셰비스 1904-1991
아이작 바셰비스 싱어
アイザックバシェビスシンガー 1904-1991
シンガー, I. B
シンガー, アイザック・B
シンガー, アイザック・バシェヴィス
シンガー, アイザック・バシェビス
シンガー, アイザック・バシュビス
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