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Abraham Manievich

Author : Alan Pensler
ISBN : 155595345X
Genre : Art
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Can you ever forget your first love? Liberty Evans hasn't.She has a beautiful daughter, a successful career as an actress, and she's married to one of Hollywood's most powerful directors. But behind the glamour, things are not what they seem. Her daughter Brooke is turning into a spoiled teenager, her husband controls everything she does, and Liberty longs for Cory, the man she loved before she became famous. Unable to live a lie any more, Liberty returns to England with a reluctant Brooke, to start a new life. While her daughter has to cope with a massive lifestyle change, Liberty finds that she cannot get Cory out of her head. But will he want her any more? Or will she have to accept that her first love belongs to the past?
Category: Art

Guide To The Yivo Archives

Author : Yivo Institute For Jewish Research
ISBN : 9781315503196
Genre : History
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YIVO, founded in 1925 in Wilno (Vilnius), is a center for scholarship on East European Jewish history, language, and culture. During the 1920s and early 1930s a network of YIVO affiliates was established across Europe and the Americas including one in New York, which became the institute's new home when YIVO was reestablished in 1940 by members of its board who had escaped from Nazi-occupied Europe. This is the first repository-level finding aid to the archives (over 1,400 collections) of the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research in New York. It includes a brief history of the institute and archives, descriptive entries on each collection, a detailed index of key words and subject headings, and information on the archive's basic services.
Category: History

The Posen Library Of Jewish Culture And Civilization Volume 8

Author : Todd M. Endelman
ISBN : 9780300135527
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The eighth volume in a landmark series, this anthology of Jewish culture and civilization encompasses the period between the world wars An anthology of Jewish culture between the world wars, the editors' selections convey the variety, breadth, and depth of Jewish creativity in those tempestuous decades. Despite--or perhaps because of--external threats, Jews fought vigorously over religion, politics, migration, and their own relation to the state and to one another. The texts, translated from many languages, span a wide range of politics, culture, literature, and art. This collection examines what was simultaneously a tense and innovative period in modern Jewish history.

Russian Jewish Artists In A Century Of Change 1890 1990

Author : Ziva Amishai-Maisels
ISBN : UOM:39015035764730
Genre : Art, Jewish
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Every so often, the organizers of an art exhibition attempt to address head-on issues of interest in the world of contemporary politics. Russian Jewish Artists in a Century of Change, 1890-1990 represents such an undertaking. With the break-up of the Soviet Union, countries and cultures under Soviet control suddenly opened up to the West. In the past few years, as information has begun to flow more freely, art historians have found themselves having to re-examine their subjects and concerns in the light of newly accessible information. Nowhere is this situation more apparent than in the study of Jewish artists in Russia. Until recently, books and catalogues written in the West have concentrated on work done by Russian Jewish artists in exile. Now, for the first time, an international group of scholars has been assembled to address the last hundred years of art produced by Jews living in Russia itself. Given the present state of research, Russian Jewish Artists in a Century of Change, 1890-1990 - which documents an exhibition organized by The Jewish Museum, New York - purposely proposes more questions than it answers. A lucid historical overview by historian Michael Stanislawski followed by seven thought-provoking essays by an international roster of art historians who address, in chronological sequence, the difficult, frequently uplifting history of Jewish art in Russia in the modern period.
Category: Art, Jewish

Early Polish Modern Art

Author : Marek Bartelik
ISBN : 0719063523
Genre : Art
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This groundbreaking work examines four avant-garde groups that emerged in Poland towards the end of World War I; the Poznan Expressionists, the Young Yiddish, the Formists, and the Futurists. It is the first extensive study to bring the four groups together, and in doing so it establishes interconnections between them, and discusses their work in light of socio-political and cultural currents in Poland and wider Europe in the interwar period.
Category: Art

In Harness

Author : Gennady Estraikh
ISBN : 0815630522
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Here is a detailed glimpse into the lives and times of Yiddish writers enthralled with Communism at the turn of the century through the mid-1930s. Centering mainly on the Soviet Jewish literati but with an eye to their American counterparts, the book follows their paths from avant-garde beginnings in Kiev after the 1905 revolution to their peak in the mid-1930s. Notables such as David Bergelson—who helmed the short-lived Yiddish periodical called In Harness—and Der Nister and David Hodshtein come to life as do Leyb Kvitko, Peretz Markish, Itsik Fefer, Moshe Litvakov, Yekhezkel Dobrushin, and Nokhum Oislender. Gennady J. Estraikh charts the course of their artistic and political flowering and decline and considers the effects of geographyprovincial vs. urbanand party politics upon literary development and aesthetics. No other book concentrates on this aspect of the Jewish intellectual scene nor has any book unveiled the scale and intensity of Yiddish Communist literary life in the 1920s and 1930s or the contributions its writers made to Jewish culture.
Category: Literary Criticism

Jewish Spectator

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105011996852
Genre : Jews
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Painting A Place In America

Author : Norman L. Kleeblatt
ISBN : UCSD:31822006899504
Genre : Art, American
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Category: Art, American

Arts Magazine

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ISBN : UOM:39015007552592
Genre : Art
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Category: Art


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ISBN : STANFORD:36105007118479
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Jewish Currents

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ISBN : UOM:39015072472395
Genre : Jews
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Category: Jews


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ISBN : MINN:31951001346681G
Genre : Art
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Category: Art

Writers In Yiddish

Author : Joseph Sherman
ISBN : STANFORD:36105128325508
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Essays on the history of modern Yiddish literature reflect the history of modern Jewry since the same historical, ideological and sociocultural forces shaped both. Provides information on the development of Yiddish, the creation of Judaized versions of popular medieval romances, verse epics and prose narratives, the impact of the religious revival known as Hasidism, modern Yiddish culture, the decade before World War I, and the post-Holocaust era.
Category: Biography & Autobiography