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A house with seven windows : short stories / Kadya Molodowsky ; translated from the Yiddish by Leah Schoolnik.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: PJ5129.M7 S513 2006

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    Uniform Title
    Shṭub miṭ zibn fensṭer. English
    Series
    Judaic traditions in literature, music, and art
    Judaic traditions in literature, music, and art.
    Format
    Book
    Author/Creator
    Molodowsky, Kadia, 1894-1975.
    Published
    Syracuse, N.Y. : Syracuse University Press, 2006
    Edition
    1st ed
    Contents
    A house with seven windows
    On a day of rest
    The queen
    The white wedding dress
    A fur coat
    The daughter-in-law
    Hinde the gardener
    The meeting
    The rich man from Azherkov
    The son-in-law
    Gone

    Tulia Shor's stories. The fourth mitzvah ; King Solomon's bride ; The captain
    Charter members
    Family life
    In a living room
    A long journey
    Luck
    Sylvia
    A glimmer of youth
    Eternal summer
    Off the track
    Eliahu Zalkind's bookkeeping
    Married off
    Home for Passover
    Elaine
    Brothers
    On the eve of the journey
    The shared sukkah
    The Rashkovitcher wedding
    To hear the megillah on Purim
    Malkale Eshman
    The lost Sabbath
    Rosele
    In a Jewish home
    A wedding
    Herschel Eisengold
    The divorce
    Friendship
    A letter
    The Amsterdams
    Unhappy celebrations
    In a Brownsville kretchma. "The kretchma" ; Do-all ; Sholem Moishe ; The brothers ; The crow
    Avrom Leyb the shoemaker
    Alter Itele's and his daughters
    Slander
    Brayndl
    The Rafalovitches
    In the palace
    An old-country Erev Pesakh
    Godl the shoemaker of Rehovot
    Zorekh the community's.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Schoolnik, Leah.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references.
    A house with seven windows -- On a day of rest -- The queen -- The white wedding dress -- A fur coat -- The daughter-in-law -- Hinde the gardener -- The meeting -- The rich man from Azherkov -- The son-in-law -- Gone-- -- Tulia Shor's stories. The fourth mitzvah ; King Solomon's bride ; The captain -- Charter members -- Family life -- In a living room -- A long journey -- Luck -- Sylvia -- A glimmer of youth -- Eternal summer -- Off the track -- Eliahu Zalkind's bookkeeping -- Married off -- Home for Passover -- Elaine -- Brothers -- On the eve of the journey -- The shared sukkah -- The Rashkovitcher wedding -- To hear the megillah on Purim -- Malkale Eshman -- The lost Sabbath -- Rosele -- In a Jewish home -- A wedding -- Herschel Eisengold -- The divorce -- Friendship -- A letter -- The Amsterdams -- Unhappy celebrations -- In a Brownsville kretchma. "The kretchma" ; Do-all ; Sholem Moishe ; The brothers ; The crow -- Avrom Leyb the shoemaker -- Alter Itele's and his daughters -- Slander -- Brayndl -- The Rafalovitches -- In the palace -- An old-country Erev Pesakh -- Godl the shoemaker of Rehovot -- Zorekh the community's.

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    Language
    English
    External Link
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    ISBN
    0815608454
    Physical Description
    xiv, 315 p. ; 23 cm.
    Record last modified:
    2018-05-02 14:05:00
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