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As readers of Outwitting History know, this simple mission was anything but simple.
Arum Dem Fayer
Collecting over a million Yiddish Books involved midnight rescues, races against the clock, and excursions into the ruins of the borscht belt. Book distribution — though not as exotic — posed equal challenges. In April , only two years after it was founded, the National Yiddish Book Exchange published its first catalogue.
It is a spare, self-published book and the only illustration is on the cover: a book peddler with his horse and cart, carrying his books to town. Launched with a pilot program at the Great Neck, NY Public Library, the Center quickly started supplying major research libraries with collections of Yiddish books.
Then, of course, there is the list itself — an outstanding example of bibliography that has guided and inspired Yiddish students and scholars for over a decade. Though written with the library program in mind, Essential Yiddish Books continues to serve as an invaluable, essential resource for readers of Yiddish literature as well as the staff of the Yiddish Book Center.
We are thrilled to now be able to make the guide available as a webpage with direct links to each of the books, or with information on how to order a reprint edition.
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You can, however, still find and download a PDF version at the bottom of this page. Catherine expertly guided staff and visitors alike through the stacks of the repository and the vault and through the thickets of research questions and has inspired us all with her deep love of the printed Yiddish book.
The s and s experienced an expansion of Yiddish studies in colleges and universities, and library resources for Yiddish were patchy at best. Though the Yiddish Book Center had collected hundreds of thousands of books by the mids, the first core collection program was hampered by two major factors: Holdings of many key titles were limited, and they became unavailable once the supply was depleted.
The pages of many volumes were often brittle and bindings were sometimes damaged as well. With the arrival of digital reproduction technology both of these obstacles have been overcome.
Thanks to the Yiddish Book Center's Steven Spielberg Digital Library it is now possible for the Center to offer a new and reconfigured core collection, in full confidence that supplies will not run out and that the volumes themselves — which are printed on acid-free paper — will have a shelf life of hundreds of years. In addition, a number of major works were specially digitized for inclusion in this core collection.
They are available for download both individually and as a single collection. To be sure, works of fiction, poetry, and drama written by a wide range of Yiddish authors, including the most familiar and widely read writers, are well represented in this core collection.
Furthermore, because a symbiotic relationship existed between Yiddish authors and their critics, many exemplary works of literary criticism accompany works of the creative imagination. I was awed by the history here and by the chance to meet Polish Jews, both survivors and younger generations, as well as Poles who are working to memorialize and promote Jewish culture and history.
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Lublin I visited Lublin for one day at the invitation of Dr. You have exceeded the maximum number of MP3 items in your MP3 cart.
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I attended a very moving memorial ceremony commemorating the liquidation of the Otwock ghetto. Add to MP3 Cart. site Music Stream millions of songs.
Additional taxes may apply. Learn more about site Prime. I appreciate very much the help and hospitality that I received from the Fundacja Shalom and from people too numerous to mention.
Peretz Shul in Winnipeg in the early s. She remembers half the song see the end of this posting for all lyrics. Zemereshet provides all the Yiddish verses, but only a recording of the first verse in a Hebrew translation. The composer of the song, Yitskhok Pirozshnikov, was an extraordinary man.
He developed a new, easier way to play the concertina, allowing the instrument to be accessible to far more people. As a result all the Russian Pedagogical and Teacher Institutes in the region began to teach concertina.
He was the first person ever to tour as a concertina virtuoso including Europe, America, Israel.Your site Music account is currently associated with a different marketplace.
They've both passed on, God rest 'em, but left me caught between That awful color problem of the Orange and the Green.
Lublin is a beautiful, historic city with much old architecture and it had one of the oldest Jewish communities in Poland. The preview is displayed using the Sibelius Cloud Publishing technology from Avid.
I appreciate very much the help and hospitality that I received from the Fundacja Shalom and from people too numerous to mention.