Yiddish literature : its scope and major writers / Charles A. Madison.

New York : F. Ungar Pub. Company, [1968] .

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Subjects LitteĢrature juive.
LitteĢrature yiddish -- Histoire et critique.
Yiddish literature -- History and criticism.
Yiddish literature.
Description xii, 540 pages ; 21 cm
Copyright Date [1968]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 523-531).
Also issued online.
Contents Judeo-German to modern Yiddish -- Mendele Mokher Sforim: foremost Jewish satirist -- Sholom Aleichem: a humorist of veritable greatness -- Isaak Laybush Peretz: father of modern Yiddish literature -- Yiddish goes to America -- Morris Rosenfeld: sweatshop poet -- Yehoash: first modern Yiddish poet -- David Pinski: dramatist of disparate quality -- Abraham Reisen: poet of quiet irony -- Sholem Asch: novelist of lyric intensity -- Peretz Hirschbein: dramatist, novelist, world traveler -- The efflorescence of Yiddish in America -- Joseph Opatoshu: novelist of imaginative gusto -- H. Leivick: poet of pain and pathos -- Yiddish in Soviet Russia -- Dovid Bergelson: novelist of psychological refinement -- I.J. Singer: novelist of satirical pessimism -- I. Bashevis Singer: novelist of Hasidic Gothicism -- Yiddish in Israel.
Genre Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)174953
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WorldCat Identities Madison, Charles Allan.
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