Some laughter, some tears: tales from the old world and the new

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Putnam, 1968 - Fiction - 254 pages
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A collection of stories, sketches, monologues, and satire by the Yiddish humorist, showing adults and children in the act of being themselves in many situations--at school, at work, on holidays, and in railroad cars.

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Contents

Introduction
11
ELIJAH THE PROPHET
21
THE GUEST
37
Copyright

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About the author (1968)

Sholem Alechiem created the original Tevye the Dairyman of Broadway and Hollywood Fame. He was born in Pereyaslev, Ukraine. The pogroms of 1905 drove him to the United States.

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