1 edition of Es likhtikt. found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 50 p. :|
|Number of Pages||46|
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Unless otherwise indicated, all translations from the Yiddish are my own. Short fiction manuscripts; Series 4. 8''lamiinate', Es likhtikt., NULL, '193. Tserata 1937; iberdruk fun der ershter oyflage: Amherst, Mass.
After settling in Montreal in 1927, he worked as a vendor of Yiddish and Hebrew books. John, a Canadian bookbinder, he moved to Paris and pursued bookbinding with Noulhac and Domont. The Adler published material on secular Jewish ideology and cultural activity while also featuring writing of a traditional Jewish bent, such as scholarly articles on Jewish texts and Bible translations or special material on the occasion of the Jewish holidays.
[1983-01, 1994-11] Language: material in the fonds is in English. These individuals and a host of others played major roles in the history of Jewish Montreal as architects and builders of a vigorous Yiddish culture.
Scope and Content: The fonds includes correspondence, meeting minutes, financial records, typescripts of catalogues and auctioneer's catalogues. - 20 m of Es likhtikt. record. 79''MasterBulek', 0, 'chuj', '91. Her recent publications have merited numerous awards: Truly Grim Tale; Atalanta, The Fastest Runner in the World; and Aleta and the Queen received the Canadian Children's Book Centre "Our Choice" Award in 1996, The American Library Association Best Book for Young Adults, and a Quick Pick for Young Adults in 1996.
Scope and Content: Es likhtikt. Marie-Claire Daveluy fonds contains correspondence, research notes, story treatments, plays and historical texts. He exhibited his work widely, wrote articles on art, and taught at the Doan School of Art and at various Canadian universities during summer sessions.
- 1 m of textual record. As a minor Yiddish centre, Canada lagged behind the United States and Europe in its development of Yiddish literature, particularly in the ﬁeld of poetry. Other Adler writers, such as Hershman, had anarchist connections. Biographical Sketch: Novelist Roger Fournier Es likhtikt. born in Saint-Anaclet, near Rimouski, Quebec in 1929. Scope and Content: The fonds includes correspondence with the publisher, manuscripts, working drawings, typescripts and proofs, with a detailed description of how The Stars in the Sky was made including the illustrator's comments on the drawings.
80 In 1916, Adler editor H. [1974-07] Language: material in the fonds is in French. With this new wave of immigration, Yiddish became the most spoken language in the city after French and English.
Donlan was born in Baysville Ontario in 1944.
Y i d d i s h I d e o l o g i e s a n d Ac t i v i s t s During the last hundred years, Yiddish in Canadian life has undergone a massive transformation as it shifted from being a utilitarian immigrant language to being one of ethnic maintenance.
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