This edition is an authentic reproduction of the 1936 edition of Israel Joshua Singer's novel YOSHE KALB, in original Yiddish language. "YOSHE KALB is the story of a lovable young mystic's fall from grace, of his sin and suffering, of his terrible meekness and resignation, of his silence (by way of penance) under false accusations, and the complications, including that of dual personality, which this gives rise to. All these and other strands are skillfully woven together into a gorgeous tapestry, hung against a background of Chassidic life with its turbulence, coarseness, and superstition relieved by felicitous touches of humor." - Maximilian Hurwitz
Israel Joshua Singer (1893-1944) was an American novelist who wrote in Yiddish. He was the brother of author Isaac Bashevis Singer and novelist Esther Kreitman. Singer contributed to the European Yiddish press from 1916. In 1921, after Abraham Cahan noticed his story PEARLS, Singer became a correspondent for the American Yiddish newspaper THE FORWARD.
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Descrizione libro Vanguard Press, 1976. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P11081490730X