Yiddish and modernism /

From the late 19th century, radical changes in European society have given rise to modernist movements in the arts and philosophy. Although Yiddish is often associated with religion, conservatism and folksiness, Yiddish authors and artists have been part of the cutting edge of Western culture.0Schol...

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Imprint:Amsterdam : Menasseh ben Israel Institute 2019.
Description:42 pages ; 21 cm.
Language:English
Series:Amsterdam Yiddish Symposium ; 12
Amsterdam Yiddish symposium ; 12.
Subject:Yiddish language -- Poland.
Format: Print Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11762902
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Other authors / contributors:Aptroot, Marion.
ISBN:9789082265590
9082265591
Summary:From the late 19th century, radical changes in European society have given rise to modernist movements in the arts and philosophy. Although Yiddish is often associated with religion, conservatism and folksiness, Yiddish authors and artists have been part of the cutting edge of Western culture.0Scholars of Yiddish literature and culture will cast a light on Yiddish modernist literature and culture.

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