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The Strike of the Vilne Street-Walkers
An excerpt from Vilne mayn Vilne by Avrom Karpinovitsh, translated by Shimon Joffe
An excerpt from Shtot un shtetl, by Sarah Hamer-Jacklyn, translated by Allison Posner
Hometown to Treyf Ground
By Chone Gottesfeld, translated by Sophia Shoulson. "The train left my shtetl. The farther it went, the faster it moved . . ."
A Room Named Ruth
A Cuban-born anthropologist seeks her lost Jewish home.
“An Open Letter” and “An Answer to Mr. Lilienblum”
by Moyshe Leyb Lilienblum and Avrom Kunin, translated by Ruth Murphy
"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.
Happy New Year
By Sholem Aleichem, translated by Curt Leviant. In a "shtetl on wheels," a traveler relates a humorous tale about the plight of Jews in the Russian Empire
By Jonah Rosenfeld, translated by Rachel Mines. "A new immigrant can get some pretty crazy ideas!"
Erev shabes on a New York Trolley
By Joseph Opatoshu, translated by Shulamith Berger. A young Hebrew teacher in Jewish New York.
Adventures of a Bad Researcher: The Mystery of the Last Yiddish Linotype
The Yiddish Linotype at the Yiddish Book Center, once belonging to the Forverts newspaper, begs all kinds of questions about its past.
“The whole thing got started because Siomke Kagan, the reporter for the Vilner tog newspaper, went to war with Sophianikes Street.” A short story by Abraham Karpinowitz. Translated by Helen Mintz.
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