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  • Hershl Hartman, native Yiddish speaker and educational director at the Sholem Community in California, shares some anecdotes about Yiddish theater in New York City.
Part of Yiddish Book Center's Wexler Oral History Project Excerpts
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  • Sholem Aleichem biographer Jeremy Dauber included "Haman and Mordecai" in his list "If You Read Just Ten Stories by Sholem Aleichem. . ." This is its first-ever English translation.
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  • Marlene Hait, raised in a Yiddish home by survivors of the Holocaust, reflects on the complexity of Eastern European Jewish life and the ways in which modern film and literature have failed to capture it.
Part of Yiddish Book Center's Wexler Oral History Project Excerpts
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  • Koret Professor of Jewish Culture at the Graduate Theological Union
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  • Four Theses on Translating Yiddish Literature in the 21st Century
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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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  • A near-perfect articulation of the problems facing Yiddish translators
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  • Jeremy Dauber on the great Sholem Aleichem, whose "short stories and novels took on the very countours of Jewish history"
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  • Sholem Aleichem was the most popular Yiddish writer. His books were in seemingly every Jewish home—and many of them were collected by the Yiddish Book Center. Learn about our rich collection of materials by and about Sholem Aleichem
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  • The first selection for the 2017 Great Jewish Books Book Club
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