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eBook The Fiddle Rose: Poems 1970-1972 (English and Yiddish Edition) ePub

by Marc Chagall,Ruth R. Wisse,Abraham Sutzkever

  • ISBN: 0814320023
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Marc Chagall,Ruth R. Wisse,Abraham Sutzkever
  • Language: English Yiddish
  • Publisher: Wayne State University Press (June 1, 1990)
  • Pages: 224
  • ePub book: 1785 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1629 kb
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  • Rating: 4.2
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Abraham Sutzkever The Fiddle Rose: Poems 1970-1972 (English and . Ruth Whitman was especially commissioned by Abraham Sutzlkever to translate The Fiddle Rose

ISBN 13: 9780814320020. Abraham Sutzkever is the greatest modern Yiddish poet, celebrated internationally for his lyric genius and honored with many awards, both in Israel and abroad. The Fiddle Rose, which appeared m Yiddish in 1974, is one of Sutzkever's major poetic achievements. Ruth Whitman was especially commissioned by Abraham Sutzlkever to translate The Fiddle Rose. The author of six books of her own poetry, she is a pioneer in the field of translating modern Yiddish poetry.

Sutzkever, Abraham, 1913-2010; Whitman, Ruth, 1922-1999. English and Yiddish on facing pages. Detroit : Wayne State University Press.

Abraham Sutzkever (3) Holocaust (1) inscribed (1) Jewish poetry (1) Literature - Poetry (1) Marc Chagall (3) PJ 5129.

The poems are presented in their original Yiddish and in English translation.

Sutzkever uses the metaphor of the fiddle to symbolize the poet and the music of poetry struggling to survive death, the Holocaust, and the pain and tragedy of the modern world. The poems are presented in their original Yiddish and in English translation.

bpoems, 1970-1972, cAbraham Sutzkever ; selected and translated by Ruth Whitman ; drawings by Marc Chagall ; introduction by Ruth R. Wisse. 500 English and Yiddish on facing pages.

lEnglish & Yiddish 245 14 The fiddle rose : bpoems, 1970-1972, cAbraham Sutzkever ; selected and translated by Ruth Whitman ; drawings by Marc Chagall ; introduction by Ruth R. 260 Detroit : bWayne State University Press, c1990. c24 cm. 591 Record updated by Marcive processing 20 January 2012. 650 0 Yiddish poetry xTranslations into English. 653 PARTIAL 700 1 Whitman, Ruth, d1922-1999. 852 0 bstacks hPJ5129.

The Fiddle Rose: Poems, 1970-1972, Abraham Sutzkever; selected and translated by Ruth Whitman; drawings by Marc Chagall; introduction by Ruth R. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1990. A. Sutzkever: Selected Poetry and Prose, translated from the Yiddish by Barbara and Benjamin Harshav; with an introduction by Benjamin Harshav. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1991.

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The Fiddle Rose: Poems, 1970 - 1972, Abraham Sutzkever "; selected and translated by Ruth Whitman ; drawings by Marc Chagall ; introduction by Ruth R. ISBN 0 - 8143 - 2001 - 5 " A. Sutzkever: Selected Poetry and Prose ", translated from the Yiddish by Barbara and Benjamin Harshav ; with an introduction by Benjamin Harshav.

Find nearly any book by Abraham Sutzkever. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. The Fiddle Rose: Poems 1970-1972 (Jewish Holocaust Studies). by Abraham Sutzkever. ISBN 9780814320013 (978-0-8143-2001-3) Hardcover, Wayne State University Press, 1990. Find signed collectible books: 'The Fiddle Rose: Poems 1970-1972 (Jewish Holocaust Studies)'.

Abraham Sutzkever is the greatest modern Yiddish poet, celebratedinternationally for his lyric genius and honored with many awards, both in Israel and abroad.

The Fiddle Rose, which appeared m Yiddish in 1974, is one of Sutzkever's major poetic achievements. Its overarching metaphor is the fiddle, symbolizing the poet and the music of poetry struggling to survive death, the Holocaust, and the pain and tragedy of the modern world. The book's astounding images are echoed in the surrealistic illustrations by Sutzkever's old friend Marc Chagall.

Sometimes profound and difficult, sometimes immediate and personal,the poems form a portrait of man whose stature will be assured forgenerations.