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A day in Regensburg; short stories. Translated from the Yiddish by Jacob Sloan.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: PJ5129.O6 D39 1968

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    Overview

    Format
    Book
    Author/Creator
    Opatoshu, Joseph, 1886-1954.
    Published
    Philadelphia, Jewish Publication Society of America, 1968
    Edition
    1st ed
    Contents
    Continuity; a memory of my father.
    A day in Regensburg.
    Ciechanow melody.
    A Bratzlaver Chasid.
    A rabbi.
    Rationalists.
    Simchat Torah.
    Meyer Balaban.
    Four hundred years.
    Miracles.
    The mute Hungarian.
    Pedigree.
    The Chumash lad.
    The eternal wedding dress.
    In the Jewish district of Vienna.
    A Sabbath afternoon.
    Almost there.
    Ben Sira's grandson.
    Father, father.
    In a slaughterhouse.
    Midnight vigil.
    Lampshade king.
    Notes
    Continuity; a memory of my father.--A day in Regensburg.--Ciechanow melody.--A Bratzlaver Chasid. --A rabbi.--Rationalists.--Simchat Torah.--Meyer Balaban. --Four hundred years.--Miracles.--The mute Hungarian.--Pedigree.--The Chumash lad.--The eternal wedding dress.--In the Jewish district of Vienna. --A Sabbath afternoon.--Almost there.--Ben Sira's grandson.--Father, father.--In a slaughterhouse.--Midnight vigil.--Lampshade king.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    Physical Description
    xiv, 238 p. 22 cm.

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