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Year of publication: 2002
The Letters of Menakhem-Mendl and Sheyne-Sheyndl and Motl, the Cantors Son by Sholem Aleichem For Lucy S. Dawidowicz Introduction Taken together, Sholem Aleichems three great semicomic works, Tevye the Dairyman, The Letters of Menakhem-Mendl and Sheyne-Sheyndl, and Motl, the Cantors Son, might be said to compose a right triangle. The sides of the right angle are formed by Tevye and Menakhem-Mendl, which meet each other squarely. Motl joins the two obliquely. The trio bounds Sholem Aleichems ...
Keywords: Fiction Historical Jewish
Year of publication: 1987
Tevye the Dairyman and The Railroad Stories by Sholem Aleichem Introduction 1 A little over a century ago, in 1883, an aspiring writer of comic talents named Sholem Rabinovich, who was then serving as a crown rabbi, a state-appointed clerical functionary in a small Jewish community in the Ukraine, published a satirical account of local politics in the St. Petersburg Yiddishe Folksblat and playfully signed it Sholem Aleichemthat is to say, Hello There It was not his first alias. He already had, ...
Keywords: Fiction Short Stories (Single Author)
Year of publication: 2009
Tevye the Dairyman and Motl the CantorS Son by Sholem Aleichem For my family, with love: Howie our four children and their spouses our seven grandchildren About Authors SHOLEM ALEICHEM is the pen name of Sholem Rabinovitch 18591916, the most beloved writer in Yiddish literature and the creator of the famous Tevye character in the musical Fiddler on the Roof. His hundreds of short stories, plays, novels, poems, and feuilletons are still read, studied, produced, and translated all over the world. ...
Keywords: Classics Fiction
Year of publication: 0
Stempenyu A Jewish Romance by Sholom Aleichem DEDICATION TO MY DEARLY BELOVED GRANDFATHER REB MENDALLE MOCHER SEPHORIM To my dear grandfather, greetings Stempenyu, my first long novel, which I inscribe to you, is yours not only because I have the honour to inscribe it to you, but also because it was you who instilled into me the desire to write such a novel. In one of your letters you said to me: I should have advised you not to write a novel. Your tastes, and your genre, lie elsewhere. And I ...
Keywords: Fiction Historical Jewish Literary