A Woman's Voice: Sarah Foner, Hebrew Author of the Haskalah

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Dailey International Publishers, 2001 - Fiction - 302 pages
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Sarah Foner was the first woman to publish a Hebrew novel. The translations include her memoir of childhood in 1860's Dvinsk, Latvia. This volume contains both fiction and non-fiction writings of the author along with some observations provided by her translator.

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Translators Notes vii
A Girl Cant Become a Gaon New York 1919
The Treachery of Traitors Warsaw 1891

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About the author (2001)

Sarah Foner was the most prolific woman writer of Hebrew books during the Jewish Enlightenment (Haskalah) period in Eastern Europe. She was an early advocate of women's education, and worked for the revival of the Hebrew language in the pre-Israel period.

Morris Rosenthal is a writer and student of Jewish literature and history. He is a great-grandson of Sarah Foner.

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