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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Jewish
  • Language:English
  • Pages:56
  • eBook ISBN:9781734387278

Pakn Treger 2021 Digital Translation Issue

Yiddish in Nature

by Pakn Treger

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Overview
Yiddish in Nature is an anthology of newly translated memoir, stories, and poems exploring nature in every season and from many perspectives. This collection includes poems that use nature as a metaphor for love and identity; stories in which nature provides a setting for trauma, loss, and pain; folkloric tales; and more. In these texts, nature offers a powerful lens through which a range of Yiddish writers reflect on Jewishness and on humanity.
Description
Yiddish in Nature is an anthology of newly translated memoir, stories, and poems exploring nature in every season and from many perspectives. This collection includes poems that use nature as a metaphor for love and identity; stories in which nature provides a setting for trauma, loss, and pain; folkloric tales; and more. In these texts, nature offers a powerful lens through which a range of Yiddish writers reflect on Jewishness and on humanity.
About the author
Pakn tregers traveled from shtetl to shtetl in Eastern Europe bringing books and news of the world. Today, Pakn Treger carries on that tradition as the magazine of the Yiddish Book Center.
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