Harkaviʹs bio-bibliografye.

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Harkavy, Alexander, 1863-1939. -- Bibliogr
LC ClassificationsZ8386.6 .Y5
The Physical Object
Pagination17, [1] p.
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Open LibraryOL6507214M
LC Control Number46033518

I started “browsing” through the vast collection of Yiddish books online at the National Yiddish Book Center’s Digital Yiddish Library.

When my wife was offered a position at Rice University. Book Lust: Recommended Reading for Every Mood, Moment, and Reason by Nancy Pearl (31 times) Folio a bibliography of the Folio Society by Paul W.

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Nash (25 times) A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertations by Kate L. Turabian (23 times). HARKAVY, ALEXANDERHARKAVY, ALEXANDER (–), Yiddish lexicographer.

A relative of the Orientalist and historian Albert *Harkavy and grandson of the rabbi of Novogrodek (Yid. Navaredok), Harkavy was born in that Belorussian town.

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He had a traditional Jewish education, showed an early interest in languages, and acquired some knowledge of Hebrew, Russian, Syriac, German, and. [16] The original version of this story, first published in a newspaper inwas republished in a volume of Bergelson’s new fiction under the general title Shturemteg (Days of Storm) in Its Party-approved revised version, omitted from Shturemteg, Vol.

9 of Bergelson’s Geklibene verk (Vilna: Kletskin, ), only reappeared in one of the first Yiddish books to be published in the.