Native land: a selection of Soviet Jewish writers
Progress, 1980 - Fiction - 304 pages
The present collection of Birobidzhan prose represents the sixties and the seventies, writers who are still active in Yiddish literature or have but recently left us. (Another Narodnai͡a︡ zemli͡a︡, 1932, was the first publication from Birobidzhan (which became the Jewish Autnomous Region in 1934))
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Introduction by Chaim Bcider Translated by Laura
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