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אַרום די חורבֿות

י. אָפּאַטאָשו
י. אָפּאַטאָשו

Arum di khurves

Yoysef Opatoshu
Yoysef Opatoshu

Part of Yiddish Book Center's Sami Rohr Library of Recorded Yiddish Books

מענטשן און חיות II

י. אָפּאַטאָשו
י. אָפּאַטאָשו

Mentshn un khayes II

Yoysef Opatoshu
Yoysef Opatoshu

Part of Yiddish Book Center's Sami Rohr Library of Recorded Yiddish Books

ײִדן־לעגענדע און אַנדערע דערצײלונגען

י. אָפּאַטאָשו
י. אָפּאַטאָשו

Yidn-legende un andere dertseylungen

Yoysef Opatoshu
Yoysef Opatoshu

Part of Yiddish Book Center's Sami Rohr Library of Recorded Yiddish Books

Dan Opatoshu

Dan Opatoshu, grandson of Yiddish novelist and short story writer Joseph (Yosef) Opatoshu, was interviewed by Christa Whitney on March 12, 2014 in Los Angeles, California. Dan, the only grandchild, was very close to his grandfather, who died when he ...

2014-03-12

Part of Yiddish Book Center's Wexler Oral History Project

Opatoshu's Friendship with Peretz Markish and Reacting to Night of the Murdered Poets

Dan Opatoshu, screenwriter and grandson of Yiddish writer Joseph (Yosef) Opatoshu, describes his grandfather's relationship with Yiddish writer Peretz Markish, who was murdered in the Night of the Murdered Poets.

Part of Yiddish Book Center's Wexler Oral History Project Excerpts

יוסף אפאטאשוס גאנג

ריווקין, ברוך אברהם, 1883-1945

Yosef Opaṭoshus gang

Rivkin, B, 1883-1945
Glicenstein, Henryk, 1870-1942

Ṭoronṭe : Gershon Pomerants esey biblioṭeḳ, 1948

Part of Yiddish Book Center's Spielberg Digital Yiddish Library

אפאטאשו ביבליאגראפיע

Opaṭoshu bibliografye

Nyu-Yorḳ : Aroysgegebn fun (Mlaṿer-Bendiner) Y. Opaṭoshu brenṭsh 639, Arbeṭer-ring, 1937

Part of Yiddish Book Center's Spielberg Digital Yiddish Library

Diane Cypkin

Diane Cypkin, a performer and professor of Media, Communications, and Visual Arts at Pace University, was interviewed by Mark Gerstein on August 8, 2013, at the Yiddish Book Center in Amherst, Massachusetts. Diane describes her parents' lives in Lit...

2013-08-08

Part of Yiddish Book Center's Wexler Oral History Project

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In Poylishe ṿelder roman, by Joseph Opatoshu

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From the Yiddish Book Center's Steven Spielberg Digital Yiddish Library (in Yiddish)

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A Sentimental Attachment to Yiddish Theater

Dan Opatoshu, screenwriter and grandson of Yiddish writer Yosef Opatoshu, reflects on his father’s career as an actor and his own personal connection to Yiddish theater, including childhood visits to famous Yiddish actress Molly Picon’s house.

Part of Yiddish Book Center's Wexler Oral History Project Excerpts

יוסף אפאטאשוס שאפונג-וועג

Yosef Opaṭoshus shafung-ṿeg

Freylikh, Charles A.

Ṭoronṭe : G. Pomerants esey-biblyoṭeḳ, 1951

Part of Yiddish Book Center's Spielberg Digital Yiddish Library

"Dear Opatoshu!"

by Peretz Markish, translated by Miriam Schulz

Part of Pakn Treger articles

גערעכטיגקייט

באַנד: Vol. 7

Gerechtigkeit (Justice)

Volume: Vol. 7

April 24, 1925

Part of Gerechtigkeit (Justice) - ILGWU Newspaper

Fabulous Fashions: Bronx Bohemian Style

Hats, furs, pearls, and eyeliner: the effortless elegance of the Bertha Kling circle. [Posted June 25, 2021]

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Gatherings of Yiddish Intelligentsia in Moshe Dluznowsky’s New York Home

Henry Dunow, the son of Yiddish writer Moshe Dluznowsky, describes his parents' circle of friends; their apartment was often filled with literary, intellectual and artistic luminaries. Recalling this time, Dunow is nostalgic for the pervasiveness of ...

Part of Yiddish Book Center's Wexler Oral History Project Excerpts

The Hamlet of Optevoz, ca. 1852, Charles-François Daubigny

From My Childhood Years

By Peretz Hirschbein, translated by Leonard Wolf. "My memory carries me back over forty-nine good—as well as bad—years. . ."

Part of Pakn Treger articles

Hinde Zaretsky

Rare archive film, memories of the Bronx, and a soaring poetic tribute to Bertha Kling. [Posted May 8, 2020]

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Yiddish Children's Literature

The Noah Cotsen Library of Yiddish Children's Literature comprises 800 titles, including works by major Yiddish writers and Yiddish translations of classics.

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Yiddish writer Joseph Opatoshu lounging on a fur rug

"Mr. Friedkin and Shoshana: Wandering Souls on the Lower East Side"

Joseph Opatoshu's take on the tormented personal life of a young Hebrew teacher in New York. Translated by Shulamith Berger.

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Di ershte bagegenish

Di ershte bagegenish (First Encounter) a bibliographic rarity

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