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Moyshe Levin (Ber Sarin) Of Yung-Vilne And His Solo Publishing Venture For Children, Shulamith Berger Dec 2017

Moyshe Levin (Ber Sarin) Of Yung-Vilne And His Solo Publishing Venture For Children, Shulamith Berger

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Moshe [Moyshe] Levin, talented author and artist, was better known by his pseudonym Ber Sarin, the pen name he used when he wrote short Yiddish books in rhyme for children who were just beginning to read. He wrote the lively texts, illustrated them in color and black and white, and self-published many of them in Vilnius (Vilna) Lithuania in the 1930s. The books were popular and successful with teachers and children. He was a graduate of the Vladimir Medem Teachers’ Seminary, a teacher in the TSYSHO school system, and a member of Yung-Vilne .2017 is the 75th anniversary of ...


Encyclopaedia Judaica. Michael Berenbaum And Fred Skolnik, Editors. 2nd Edition. Detroit: Macmillan Reference Usa, 2007. 22 Vols. (18,015 Pp.). Isbn 978-0-02-865928-2. $2,263. Electronic Version Published By Gale Cengage Learning (Gale Virtual Reference Library). Isbn 978-0-02-866097-4., Faith Jones Apr 2014

Encyclopaedia Judaica. Michael Berenbaum And Fred Skolnik, Editors. 2nd Edition. Detroit: Macmillan Reference Usa, 2007. 22 Vols. (18,015 Pp.). Isbn 978-0-02-865928-2. $2,263. Electronic Version Published By Gale Cengage Learning (Gale Virtual Reference Library). Isbn 978-0-02-866097-4., Faith Jones

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The Story Of The Sarajevo Haggada, Kemal Bakaršić Dec 1995

The Story Of The Sarajevo Haggada, Kemal Bakaršić

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The story of the rescue of Sarajevo's Haggada codex during the Second World War was put together first by checking archives and other reliable sources, and thereafter contrasting the findings with the legend itself. It appears that a fictional story has filled a gap in the historical record of the postwar years; the legend has protected persons involved in the salvation of the Haggada.


Ambiguities In The Romanization Of Yiddish, Bella Hass Weinberg Dec 1995

Ambiguities In The Romanization Of Yiddish, Bella Hass Weinberg

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Romanization of Yiddish is one of the most complex activities in Hebraica cataloging, especially for publications that do not use Standard Yiddish Orthography. The Library of Congress has adopted the VIVO table for vowels, but uses its own Hebrew table for consonants. LC's publication Hebraica Cataloging provides little guidance on Yiddish Romanization, and MARC records contain many errors and inconsistencies in the application of the table. VIVO's linguistic reference works, notably Uriel Weinreich's Modern English-Yiddish, Yiddish-English Dictionary and the translation of Max Weinreich's History of the Yiddish Language, often contradict each other in the Romanization of ...