Read online or download a free book: From Revolution To Repression: Soviet Yiddish Writing 1917-1952
Publisher: Five Leaves Publications: 1st edition (12 Aug. 2012)
By: Joseph Sherman (Author, Editor), Marc Chagall (Illustrator)
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The thirty years between the Russian Revolution and Stalin's destruction of Yiddish culture produced some of the best 20th century writing in Yiddish. Brilliant avant-garde work challenged the best of European modernism in the 1920s. Later Yiddish writers succeeded in being creative in the middle of the twists and turns of Stalin's rule. Little of this work has been translated into English, despite many of the writers having huge international sales in the heyday of Yiddish literature. The Soviet writers include David Bergelson, Peretz Markish and David Hofshteyn.
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