List of Yiddish-language poets

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Poets who wrote, or write, much or all of their poetry in the Yiddish language include:

A

B

D

E

F

G

H

K

L

M

P

R

S

T

V

W

Y

Z

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f Britannica Book of the Year 1967, 1967 (for events of 1966), "Literature" section, "Jewish" subsection, "Yiddish" sub-subsection, page 493
  2. ^ Liptzin, Sol, A History of Yiddish Literature, Jonathan David Publishers, Middle Village, NY, 1972, ISBN 0-8246-0124-6, pp.352-353.
  3. ^ Fishman, Rokhl. Fishman, R. (1994). I Want to Fall Like This: Selected Poems of Rukhl Fishman (S. Levitan, Trans.). Detroit: Wayne State University Press.
  4. ^ a b c Kravitz, Nathaniel, "3,000 Years of Hebrew Literature", Chicago: Swallow Press Inc., 1972, Appendix B ("Other Hebrew Writers and Scholars"), pp 555-559
  5. ^ Handler, T. (2001). Celebration: Love-Letter Poems (S. Beyles, Trans.). Milwaukee: International Association of Yiddish Clubs.
  6. ^ Korn, R. (1982). Generations: Selected Poems (R. Augenfeld and S. Mayne, Trans.). Oakville, Ont.: Mosaic Press/Valley Editions.
  7. ^ OSU OSCAR Catalog Tshernovits : Farlag fraynd, 1935 Haynt-morgn : lider un poemes / Gershn Kizshner
  8. ^ Reyzen, Zalman 1927: Leksikon fun der yidisher literatur : Prese un filologye. Vol. II, Vilnius. Zalmen Zilbertsvayg, Jacob Mestel: Leksikon fun yidishen teater. Vol. II, 1934, Column 1130 ff. The Hebrew Actors Union of America. Warsaw; Samuel Niger, Jacob Shatzky: Leksikon fun der nayer yidisher literatur. Vol. V, 1963, Col. 220 ff. New York.
  9. ^ Margolin, A. (2005). Drunk From the Bitter Truth: the Poems of Anna Margolin (S. Kumove, Trans.). Albany, N.Y.: State University of New York Press.
  10. ^ Molodowsky, K. (1999). Paper Bridges: Selected Poems of Kadya Molodowsky (K. Hellerstein, Trans.). Detroit: Wayne State University Press.
  11. ^ Rosenfarb, C. (2013). Exile at Last: Selected Poems (G. Morgentaler, Ed.). Toronto: Guernica.
  12. ^ Schaechter-Gottesman, B. (1995). Lider (T. Bird, et al., Trans.). Merrick, N.Y.: Cross-Cultural Communications.
  13. ^ Scaechter-Viswanath, G. (2003). Plutsemdiker Regn: Lider (Y. Shandler and S. Berger, Trans.). Tel Aviv: Yisroel Bukh.
  14. ^ Teitelboim, D. (1995). All My Yesterdays Were Steps: the Selected Poems of Dora Teitelboim (A. Kramer, Trans.). Hoboken, N.J.: Dora Teitelboim Foundation, Ktav Publishing House.
  15. ^ Tussman, M. (1992). With Teeth in the Earth: Selected Poems of Malka Heifetz Tussman (M. Falk, Trans.). Detroit: Wayne State University Press.
  16. ^ Zychlinsky, R. (1997). God Hid His Face: Selected Poems (B. Zumoff, A. Kramer, M. Kanter, et al., Trans.). Santa Rosa, C.A.: Word & Quill Press.
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