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2. Der lunder vunder [2018]

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1 volume.
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91 pages, 17 unnumbered pages ; 22 cm
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4. Hintern gardin [2018]

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1 volume
Green Library
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75 pages
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Map
1 map : color ; 63 x 91 cm (folded to 24 x 13 cm)
Earth Sciences Library (Branner)
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288 pages ; 25 cm
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208 pages ; 23 cm
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9. Yiddish after 1945 [2018]

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66 pages ; 21 cm.
After the Second World War, Yiddish culture appeared to be all but annihilated. The murder of large numbers of Yiddish speakers during the Shoah, which came after almost a century of linguistic assimilation among of Ashkenazic Jews, seemed to mark the end of Yiddish as a living language. This caused serious concern among remaining Yiddish intellectuals such as authors, journalists, theatre and film makers and educators, who began to question how and if the use of the Yiddish language was to be continued. 0During the eleventh edition of the Amsterdam Yiddish Symposium, held in January 2017, three scholars of Yiddish literature and culture presented important observations and considerations regarding the state and future of Yiddish after the end of the Second World War. Gali Drucker Bar-Am mapped out major Yiddish cultural enterprises that took place around the world in the immediate post-war years. Joanna Nalewajko-Kulikov discussed and analyzed Yiddish activities in Poland, a country with state-sponsored Jewish institutions, in the two decades following the Second World War. Anita Norich talked about the role of translation: translation as the herald of the end of a living Yiddish culture or as a means of preservation of this culture that enables it to continue to flourish. The current publication, edited by prof. Marion Aptroot, contains the proceedings of this symposium.0.
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615 pages, 40 unnumbered pages : facsimiles ; 23 cm
  • Mador Me-otsar ha-melekh
  • Mador Devar ha-melekh
  • Mador Ba-ḳodesh penimah
  • Mador Bene melakhim
  • Mador Hekhal ha-Torah
  • Mador Hekhal halakhah
  • Shalshelet yuḥasin.
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114 pages ; 22 cm
Green Library

12. Farshribn in zikorn [2015]

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435 pages : portrait ; 23 cm
Green Library
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8 unnumbered pages
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14. Di goldene kale [2017]

Music score
1 score (2 volumes (lii, 671 pages, 11 pages of plates)) : illustrations, facsimiles ; 31 cm.
  • part 1. Ershter Akt = Act one
  • part 2. Tsveyter Akt = Act two ; Driter Akt = Act three.
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59 pages : chiefly color illustrations ; 28 cm
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104 pages : color illustrations, maps ; 24 cm.
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xx, 375 pages ; 25 cm
This book is a comprehensive introductory manual that guides beginners to a functional reading knowledge of late medieval and early modern Yiddish (c.1100-1750). It is the first such manual to exist for that language, whose early literary tradition comprises a range of genres as broad as other contemporary European literary traditions. The guide is organized as a series of progressively more complex lessons, focused on key texts of the literary corpus, which are presented in their authentic form as found in manuscripts and early printed books. The lessons seek to accommodate readers ranging from absolute beginners to those who might already know Hebrew, medieval German, or modern Yiddish. The focal texts are the Old Yiddish midrashic heroic lay, 'Joseph the Righteous', from the earliest extant manuscript collection of Yiddish literature (1382), the Middle Yiddish romance adventure tale, 'Briyo and Zimro', from a later collection (1585), and a full canto of the Middle Yiddish epic, Pariz and Viene (1594), each with full glosses and a step-by-step introduction to the morphology, syntax, and phonology. Each lesson also includes a brief supplemental text that cumulatively demonstrates the broad cultural range of the corpus. In addition, several appendices of supplementary material round out the volume, including a collection of additional readings, a table of the manuscript hands and printing fonts employed in the volume, and a full end-glossary of all Yiddish words found in the texts.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780198785026 20170907
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297 pages ; 23 cm
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18 unnumbered pages
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285 pages ; 23 cm
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