Professor Ruth Wisse describes the use of conflict in Grade’s writing. Wisse explains that conflict was a tool used to “recreate the world that was no more.”
Drawing on the Center’s own collection of one million Yiddish books, the main display, “Unquiet Pages,” examines the fascinating contents of Yiddish novels, plays, poetry, memoirs, and reportage.
This exhibition is made possible by a generous grant from the David Berg Foundation.
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