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The history of Yiddish, with its roots in central Europe and locus for centuries in Eastern Europe, is evident in its literature. It is generally described as having three historical phases: Old Yiddish literature; Haskalah and Hasidic literature; and modern Yiddish literature
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The Yiddish Book Center was originally founded as the National Yiddish . David Kesler un Muni Vayzenfraynd : tsvey doyres Idish teʾater.
The Yiddish Book Center was originally founded as the National Yiddish Book Exchange, with a concise mission: to collect unwanted Yiddish books and to distribute them to eager readers. Originally published: Nyu York : M. Osherowitch, 1930.
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WOLPE, DAVID E. (1908– ), Yiddish writer. Wolpe's first love was poetry, and in 1978 he published his collected verse, written over a period of some 30 years, in the substantial volume, A Volkn un a Veg ("A Cloud and a Way"). Born in 1908 in Keidan in Kovno province (Lithuania), Wolpe was educated in both the traditional ḥeder and in the Tarbut Hebrew high school. Much praised when it first appeared, this anthology was awarded the prestigious Itsik Manger Prize in Israel in 1983.
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David Fishman examines the efforts of east European Jews to establish their linguistic distinctiveness as part of their .
David Fishman examines the efforts of east European Jews to establish their linguistic distinctiveness as part of their struggle for national survival in the diaspora. Fishman considers the roots of modern Yiddish culture in social and political conditions in Imperial Tsarist and inter-war Poland, and its relationship to Zionism and Bundism. Others hoped that Yiddish culture would inherit the moral and national values of the Jewish religious tradition, and that to achieve this result, the Bible and Midrash would need to exist in modern Yiddish translation. Modern Yiddish culture developed in the midst of these opposing concepts.
Fishman follows the rise of the culture to its apex, the founding of the Yiddish Scientific Institute (YIVO) in Vilna in 1925, and concludes with the dramatic story of the individual efforts that preserved the books and papers of YIVO during the destruction and annihilation of World War II and in postwar Soviet Lithuania.
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