Pakn Treger, Number 66 Published Fall 2012 / 5773 Assaf Urieli: Computational Yiddish Linguist Assaf Urieli didn’t set out to revolutionize Yiddish literary scholarship. He just wanted a better way to study his roots. Naftali Ejdelman and Yisroel Bass: Yiddish Farmers At twenty-three, Yisroel Bass was having the rather unlikely experience of shopping for his first tractor. Liana Finck: Yiddish Graphic Novelist Liana Finck only needed a little Yiddish to do the job. Well Said - Cholent: The Very Food Of Heaven Az men est shabes tsholnt iz men biz mitvokh zat. (If you eat tsholnt on the Sabbath, you are full until Wednesday.) — Folk saying Previous issue: Pakn Treger, Number 65 Next issue: Pakn Treger, Number 67 Subscribe Become a member to receive the full print edition of Pakn Treger. Become a member today Write to Us Send letters to the editor to [email protected].