Item description for Adventures of Mottel: The Cantor's Son by Sholem Aleichem, Tamara Kahana & Ilya Schor...
"Mottel may have been a young demon to manage, but he is a pleasure to read about. Nothing daunts him. His spirit soars above the cruelties, the world has not grown any gentler since this book was written. Sholom Aleichem's wit and humanity enrich any age and any language."--"New York Times."
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1" Width: 6" Height: 8.75" Weight: 1.2 lbs.
Publisher Sholom Aleichem Family Publications
ISBN 192906800X ISBN13 9781929068005
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More About Sholem Aleichem, Tamara Kahana & Ilya Schor
Sholem Aleichem is the pen name of Sholem Rabinovitch (1859-1916), the most beloved writer in Yiddish literature. Born in Russia, he fled the pogroms and immigrated to New York in 1905. Aliza Shevrin is the foremost translator of Sholem Aleichem, having translated eight other volumes of his fiction. She lives in Ann Arbor.
Sholem Aleichem was born in 1859 and died in 1916.
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WONDERFUL DETAILED WORK Oct 17, 2007
This book (one of three) was purchased as part of a study prior to a production of 'A Fiddler on the Roof'. I proved invaluable by providing background to the way of life and conditions during the period of the musical play.
Very enjoyable Sep 22, 2007
A terrific collection of short stories by the Yiddish Mark Twain. It's great to see his stuff still in print.
A tale in the tradition of Tom Sawyer and Hackelbery Finn Sep 24, 1999