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  • Dan Opatoshu, grandson of Yiddish novelist and short story writer Yosef Opatoshu, was interviewed by Christa Whitney on March 12, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.
2014-03-12
Part of Yiddish Book Center's Wexler Oral History Project
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  • ריווקין, ברוך אברהם, 1883-1945
  • Rivkin, B, 1883-1945
  • Glicenstein, Henryk, 1870-1942
  • Ṭoronṭe : Gershon Pomerants esey biblioṭeḳ
1948
Part of Yiddish Book Center's Spielberg Digital Yiddish Library
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  • Dan Opatoshu, screenwriter and grandson of Yiddish writer 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
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  • Joseph Opatoshu's take on the tormented personal life of a young Hebrew teacher in New York.
Part of Pages
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  • by Peretz Markish, translated by Miriam Schulz
Part of Pakn Treger
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  • 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...
2013-08-08
Part of Yiddish Book Center's Wexler Oral History Project
Part of Yiddish Book Center's Sami Rohr Library of Recorded Yiddish Books
Part of Yiddish Book Center's Sami Rohr Library of Recorded Yiddish Books
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  • A portfolio of young Yiddish writers who helped shape modern Yiddish literature
Part of Pakn Treger
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  • Embark on a journey around the world, into the future and the past, "from eternity to eternity," with these newly translated treasures of Yiddish literature.
Part of Pakn Treger

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