The Jewish Book of Fables: Selected Works

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Syracuse University Press, 2003 - Literary Criticism - 195 pages
The fable has a 3000-year-old tradition in Jewish literature, going back to the Bible and the Talmud. It was not until the advent of the illustrious poet and fabulist Eliezer Shtaynbarg that fable writing in Yiddish was honed to perfection. This text is devoted to Shtaynbarg's work.

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