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Yiddish

Author : S.A. Birnbaum
ISBN : 9781442614338
Genre : Foreign Language Study
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The second edition of Yiddish: A Survey and a Grammar makes this classic text available again to students, teachers, and Yiddish-speakers alike.

The World S Writing Systems

Author : Peter T. Daniels
ISBN : 9780195079937
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Documents the history of writing to the present day. Covers every script officially used throughout the world.

Yiddish

Author : Salomo A. Birnbaum
ISBN : 0719007690
Genre : Yiddish language
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Origins Of The Yiddish Language

Author : Dovid Katz
ISBN : UVA:X001283995
Genre : Foreign Language Study
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For five hundred years scholars have been intrigued by the origins of Yiddish, the thousand year old language of Central and East European Jewry, and recently there has been a dramatic revival of both popular and intellectual interest. The Oxford Winter Symposium on Yiddish Language and Literature was the first academic conference devoted exclusively to the topic, and the greatest living Yiddish scholars are represented in this volume.

Grammatik Der Jiddischen Sprache

Author : Salomo A. Birnbaum
ISBN : 3871188743
Genre : Yiddish language
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The Prose Writers Of America With A Survey Of The History Condition And Prospects Of American Literature

Author : Rufus Wilmot Griswold
ISBN : NYPL:33433076012974
Genre : American literature
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Geschichte Der Jiddischen Sprachforschung

Author : Max Weinreich
ISBN : UOM:39015032910278
Genre : Foreign Language Study
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Jews Of Brooklyn

Author : Ilana Abramovitch
ISBN : 1584650036
Genre : Social Science
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Flatbush Avenue, Borough Park, Coney Island and Brighton Beach, Brooklyn Bridge, Loehman's and Lundy's, Mrs. Stahl's potato knishes, the Dodgers, Barbra Streisand and Woody Allen, front stoops and back porches, Hasids and Socialists, a place, a feeling, a state of mind -- Brooklyn and American Jewry grew up together in the 20th century. From the first documented settlement of Jews in Brooklyn in the 1830s to the present day, Jewish presence -- always between a quarter to a third of Brooklyn's entire population -- has been key to the development of the borough. Jewish families and foodways, businesses, schools, and synagogues, simchas and celebrations, have been an essential component of Brooklyn life. In Jews of Brooklyn, over forty historians, folklorists, museum curators, musicians, and ordinary Brooklyn Jews with something to say about egg creams and Brooklyn accents, present a vivid, living record of this astonishing cultural heritage. Essays in the first section, "Coming to Brooklyn" explore the creative and often bewildering foundations of immigrant life. Juxtaposed are arrival experiences of eastern European Jews, Syrian Jews, Jews from Israel, and Holocaust survivors, and the kinds of shops, factories, synagogues, and schools they established there. "Living in Brooklyn," looks at neighborhoods, culture, and institutions from the 1930s to the present. Evocative portraits of Bensonhurst, Borough Park, Brighton Beach, Brownsville, Canarsie, Crown Heights, Flatbush, and Williamsburg describe street life and local characters, offering an intimate look at Jewish family life, even as they convey a sense of evolving neighborhoods and changing times. "Leaving Brooklyn / Returning to Brooklyn" features essays on famous Brooklynites such as Barbra Streisand and Danny Kaye as well as numerous personal reminiscences and family portraits of ordinary folk, making it clear that Brooklyn, for better and for worse, maintains a lasting presence in the lives of Jews born and raised there. Ilana Abramovitch's Introduction provides general historical context. The book also features a detailed timeline of Jewish immigration to and settlement in borough's neighborhoods, and of key events and turning points in the history of Jewish Brooklyn, as well as a Selected Bibliography.

Encyclopedia Britannica

Author : Encyclopaedia Britannica, inc
ISBN : 0852297874
Genre : Reference
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A Survey Of Materials For The Study Of The Uncommonly Taught Languages

Author : Center for Applied Linguistics
ISBN : STANFORD:36105116550620
Genre : Foreign Language Study
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