About this item
This volume is a compilation of the work discussed at the Oxford Winter Symposium in Yiddish Language and Literature, the first academic conference dedicated to the topic. Work by the greatest living Yiddish scholars such as Solomon A. Birnbaum and Robert D. King are represented in this volume.
The book comes free with a small pamphlet on 'Women in Yiddish Literature.'
This particular copy is in very good condition. Its exterior has only slight signs of wear - bumping to its edges from shelf storage.
As for the interior, its pages are clean and free of any writing, highlighting or markings.
Overall, this is an interesting book on a fascinating topic that has left scholars intrigued for over 500 years. Discover the Yiddish language today with this informative volume.
- Katz, Dovid.
- Used: very good
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- Pergamon Press
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