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  • Essays, oral histories, audio recordings, and more resources about one of the most important Yiddish novelists of the post-War period
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  • The Frances Brandt Online Yiddish Audio Library contains lectures by and interviews with Yiddish writers, recorded at the Jewish Public Library of Montreal between 1953 and 2005.
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  • A portfolio of young Yiddish writers who helped shape modern Yiddish literature
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  • The Sami Rohr Library of Recorded Yiddish Books is a collection of Yiddish books and short stories read aloud by native speakers, recorded in the 1980s and ’90s at the Jewish Public Library of Montreal.
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  • Modern in Autumn: The Belated Discovery of Blume Lempel
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  • A collection of newly translated Yiddish letters and writing about correspondence
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  • Lisa Newman is the director of communications - she's constantly scouring our website for English-language recordings, articles, and oral histories that provide background for her work on Pakn Treger and The Shmooze.
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  • I teach Jewish literature to non-Jews. That statement may not seem very remarkable; after all, I also teach Victorian literature to non-Victorians and nineteenth-century literature to students born in the late twentieth century.
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  • Sebastian Schulman just can't stay away from the Yiddish Book Center—a Center summer intern in 2004, he later served as director of its translation program before leaving to work on his dissertation. Here, Seb shares some of his favorite finds.
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  • As the Yiddish Book Center’s Bibliographer and Editorial Director, David is constantly making new discoveries, and he’s surfaced some fascinating items from our collections.
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