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The family Mashber

a novel

by Nister

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Published by Summit Books in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Translation of: Di mishpokhe Mashber.

Statementby Der Nister ("the Hidden One") ; translated from the Yiddish by Leonard Wolf.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPJ5129.K27 M513 1987
The Physical Object
Pagination688 p. ;
Number of Pages688
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2378045M
ISBN 100671527681
LC Control Number87006470
OCLC/WorldCa15366195

The Family Mashber (The Hidden One), by Der Nister. Translated from Yiddish by Leonard Wolf. Summit Books, Also with an introduction by David Malouf, in paperback, New York Review Books . In , he purchased a new translation of writer Der Nister’s novel The Family Mashber and noticed the book had a blurb from the Yiddish Book Center. “It was the first I’d heard of the Center,” Barack recalled.

The Family Mashber. Summit Books. Der Nister. Year: Language: english. File: EPUB, KB. Most frequently terms. george bullivant horace cook mortimer miss . The Family Mashber by Der Nister was written after World War I, but describes the lives of the inhabitants of a town called N. in the Jewish Pale in the mid-to-late 19th century. The focus is Moshe Mashber .

Queen Victoria’s long reign () was a prolific time for British novelists. The Brontë Sisters, Charles Dickens, William Thackery, Wilkie Collins, George Elliot, Anthony Trollope and Thomas . Aided by shifts in Party policy in the s, Der Nister saved his artistic conscience by writing Di Mishpokhe Mashber, a family saga which appears to heed the requirements of realism while serving .


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Der Nister (Yiddish: דער נסתּר; Berdychiv, Ukraine in the Soviet Gulag) was the penname of Pinchus Kahanovich (פנחס כהנאָוויטש), a Yiddish author, philosopher, translator, and critic.

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Di mishpokhe Mashber ("The Family Mashber") was translated into Hebrew ininto French ininto English by Leonard Wolf inand into German in Der Nister appears as one of the Born: Pinchus Kahanovich, 1 November.

First time in Paperback The Family Mashber is a protean work: a tale of a divided family and divided souls, a panoramic picture of an Eastern European town, a social satire, a kabbalistic Released on: Aug This vast mural of the Ukraine, written in Yiddish 50 years ago and only now published in English, traces a year in the fortunes of the Jewish family Mashber, plunged from prosperity to penury as the.

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Masked as “N.” in Der Nister’s remarkable saga The Family Mashber, Berdichev was not only the imagined locale for this sprawling achievement in fiction but also a very real and vibrant place. That third volume, like Der Nister himself, is gone.

But what we do have of The Family Mashber is one of the greatest works of Yiddish literature. The novel follows the Mashber family in their Polish-Ukrainian. Buy The Family Mashber by Der Nister, L. Wolf (Translator) online at Alibris.

We have new and used copies available, in 2 editions - starting at $ Shop now.The fall of the powerful House of Mashber provides a microscopic view of late 19th century shtetl life Close.

Jew­ish Book Coun­cil, found­ed inis the longest-run­n­ing orga­ni­za­tion devot­ed exclu­sive­ly .The city of N. is built in three rings. First ring: the marketplace at the very center.

Second: surrounding the market, the great city proper with its many houses, streets, byways, back streets where most of the .