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An anthology of Jewish-Russian literature : two centuries of dual identity in prose and poetry, edited, selected, and cotranslated, with introductory essays by Maxim D. Shrayer

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An anthology of Jewish-Russian literature : two centuries of dual identity in prose and poetry
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An anthology of Jewish-Russian literature
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two centuries of dual identity in prose and poetry
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edited, selected, and cotranslated, with introductory essays by Maxim D. Shrayer
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An anthology of Jewish-Russian literature : two centuries of dual identity in prose and poetry, edited, selected, and cotranslated, with introductory essays by Maxim D. Shrayer
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  • "When my daydreams cross the brink of long lost days..." (1844)*Afanasy Fet
  • "Sheltered by a crimson awning..." (1847)*Afanasy Fet
  • From An Answer to the Slav (1849; pub. 1911)*Ruvim Kulisher
  • From The Penal Recruit (1859)*Osip Rabinovich
  • From Seething Times (1860s; pub. 1871-73)*Lev Levanda
  • From Notes of a Jew (1863; pub. 1871-73)*Grigory Bogrov
  • FIRST FLOWERING: 1881-1903
  • From The Misfit (1881)*Rakhel Khin
  • From "The Woman"(1883)*Semyon Nadson
  • "I grew up shunning you, O most degraded nation ..." (1885)*Semyon Nadson
  • VOLUME 1: 1801-1953
  • "To Rubinstein" (1886)*Nikolai Minsky
  • "Song " (1890s)*Simon Frug
  • "Shylock" (1890s)*Simon Frug
  • "An Admirer of Napoleon" (1800s)*Simon Frug
  • Author's Preface to vol. 1 of Collected Stories and Sketches (1898)*Ben-Ami
  • From The Memoirs of a Jew (ca. 1900)*Avraam-Uria Kovner
  • ON THE EVE: 1903-1917
  • "The Countrymen" (1902)*David Aizman
  • From The Jews (1903)*Semyon Yushkevich
  • "The Old Ghetto" (1903; rev. 1940)*Dmitri Tsenzor
  • Note on Transliteration, Spelling of Names, and Dates
  • "Father"(1914; rev. 1940)*Dmitri Tsenzor
  • "In Memory of Herzl"(1904)*Vladimir Jabotinsky
  • "An Exchange of Compliments" (1911)*Vladimir Jabotinsky
  • "In an Alien Tongue" (1900s)*Leyb Jaffe
  • "Off the Corfu Coast" (c. 1905-1906)*Leyb Jaffe
  • "The Jewish Question"(1909)*Sasha Cherny
  • "Judeophobes" (1909)*Sasha Cherny
  • "The Guardian Press" (1900s)*Ossip Dymow
  • "The Book" (1910)*S. An-sky
  • "To the Jewish Nation" (1911)*Ilya Ehrenburg
  • General Introduction
  • "Jews, I haven't strength to live with you ..." (1912)*Ilya Ehrenburg
  • "Evening" (1913)*Vladislav Khodasevich
  • "Rachel's Tears" (1916)*Vladislav Khodasevich
  • "I love all temples-my own and others' ..." (1916)*Rahel
  • "Tablets of the Past and Chains of the Past" (1916)*Rahel
  • "Palestine" (1916)*Samuil Marshak
  • "My anguish does the Lord not heed ..." (1913-1922)*Sofia Parnok
  • "Hagar"*(1913-1922) Sofia Parnok
  • "Not for safekeeping for awhile ..." (1913-1922)*Sofia Parnok --
  • Note on How to Use This Anthology
  • THE BEGINNING
  • From Lament of the Daughter of Judah (1803)*Leiba Nevakhovich
  • GAINING A VOICE: 1840-1881
  • "The People" (1840)*Leon Mandelstam
  • "Deportees" (1919)*Valentin Parnakh
  • "Sabbetaians" (c. 1922)*Valentin Parnakh
  • "Bar-Kokhba" (1920)*Ilya Selvinsky
  • "Slip back into your mother, Leah ..." (1920)*Osip Mandelstam
  • "One Alexander Herzovich ..." (1931)*Osip Mandelstam
  • "Say, desert geometer, shaper ..." (1933)*Osip Mandelstam
  • "Judaic Chaos" (1925)*Osip Mandelstam
  • "Jewish Luck" (1922)*Vladimir Lidin
  • "Native Land" (1922)*Lev Lunts
  • "Shields (and Candles)" (1922)*Veniamin Kaverin
  • [Vol. 1 cont.]
  • From "The extraordinary Adventures of Julio Jurenito ..." (1922)*Ilya Ehrenburg
  • "The Count" (1922-23)*Andrei Sobol
  • From "Zoo, or Letters not About Love" (1923)*Viktor Shklovsky
  • "Kol Nidrei" (1923)*Matvei Royzman
  • "The Rebbe's Son"(1924)*Isaac Babel
  • "Awakening" (1931)*Isaac Babel
  • From "The Tale of Red-Haired Motele, Mr. Inspector, Rabbi Isaiah, and Commissar Blokh" (1925)*Iosif Utkin
  • "Shop of Splendors" (1925-1929)*Elizaveta Polonskaya
  • "Encounter" (1927)*Elizaveta Polonskaya
  • From "The Commissars" (1925)*Yuri Libedinsky
  • REVOLUTION AND BETRAYAL: 1917-1939
  • "The Nightingale and the Rose" (1925)*Vera Inber
  • "This Path" (1927)*Mark Tarlovsky
  • From "A Man is Brought to His Knees" (1928)*Mikhail Kozakov
  • From "Jews on Land" (1929)*Viktor Fink
  • "R" (1929)*Semyon Kirsanov
  • "Origin"(1930)*Eduard Bagritsky
  • From "February" (1934)*Eduard Bagritsky
  • "The Prodigal Son Retuns Home" (1930)*Ilya Ilf
  • From "Little Golden Calf" (1931)*Ilya Ilf and Evgeny Petrov
  • From "The Scorched Land" (1932)*Mark Egart
  • "A Jewish Wedding"*(1916) Leonid Kannegiser
  • "David awoke in an unfamiliar bedroom ..." (1932; pub.1997)*Arkady Shteinberg
  • "One night I saw the Black Sea in a dream ..." (1935; pub. 1997)*Arkady Shteinberg
  • EMIGRATIONS: 1917-1967
  • "Not my mother, but a Tula peasant woman ..." (1917-1922)*Vladislav Khodasevich
  • "In Moscow I was born. I never ..." (1923)*Vladislav Khodasevich
  • "The Assassination of Uritsky" (1923)*Mark Aldanov
  • "Shield of David, crescent or ikon ..." (1923)*Evgeny Shklyar
  • "Where's Home?"(1925)*Evgeny Shklyar
  • "I, Dovid-Ari Ben Meir ..." (1925)*Dovid Knut
  • "A Kishinev Burial" (1929)*Dovid Knut
  • "Regimental Inspection" (1917)*Leonid Kannegiser
  • "Haifa" (1938)*Dovid Knut
  • "Tsfat" (1938)*Dovid Knut
  • "The Land of Israel" (1938)*Dovid Knut
  • "Autumn in the Provinces" (1920s; pub. 1928)*Don-Aminado
  • "A snatch of speech came floating on the air ..." (1932)*Raisa Blokh
  • "Remember, father would stand . . ." (1933)*Raisa Blokh
  • "How can I find you again, holy names . . ." (1934)*Raisa Blokh
  • "Grandmother" (late 1930s-1940s; pub. 1946)*Anna Prismanova
  • "Eyes" (late 1930s-1940s; pub. 1946)*Anna Prismanova
  • "Shine"(1938-39) * Anna Prismanova
  • "Preface" to Jewish Anthology (1917)*Mikhail Gershenzon
  • "Shtetl" (1943)*Sofia Dubnova-Erlikh
  • "Scorched Hearth" (1944)*Sofia Dubnova-Erlikh
  • "Pharaoh's Daughter" (1940s; pub. 1953)*Sofia Pregel
  • "In the Ghetto" (1940s; pub. 1953)*Sofia Pregel
  • "The nights of terror in cellars ..."(1940s; pub. 1953)*Sofia Pregel
  • From "A Jewish Tale" (1960)*Yuli Margolin
  • From "The Promised Land" (1966)*Andrei Sedykh
  • WAR AND TERROR: 1939-1953
  • From "Country Fair" (1940)*Boris Yampolsky
  • "Rachels, Chaims, and Leahs wander ..." (1941)*Ilya Ehrenburg
  • "Erez-Israel" (1919)*Elisheva
  • "Because remembrance of Esther's sultry midday ..." (1944)*Ilya Ehrenburg
  • "Babi Yar" (1944-45)*Ilya Ehrenburg
  • "To this ghetto people will not come ..." (1944-46)*Ilya Ehrenburg
  • "To the Jews" (1941)*Ilya Ehrenburg
  • "Jews" (1942)*Ilya Ehrenburg
  • "The Triumph of a Man" (1944)*Ilya Ehrenburg
  • "The Old Teacher" (1943)*Vassily Grossman
  • "To a Jewish Girl" (1940)*Margarita Aliger
  • From "Your Victory" (1944-45)*Margarita Aliger
  • "Babi Yar" (1944-45; pub. 1946)*Lev Ozerov
  • "I won't light a candle at the Sabbath hour ..." (1919)*Elisheva
  • "Death Camp" (1945)*Pavel Antokolsky
  • From "Lieutenant Colonel of the Medical Corps" (1949)*Yuri German
  • "In the Lowlands" (1944)*Boris Pasternak
  • "Odessa" (1944)*Boris Pasternak
  • From "Doctor Zhivago" (1944-55; pub. 1957)*Boris Pasternak
  • Bibliography of Primary Sources for Volume I
  • Outline of Jewish-Russian History, Part I, 1772-1953*John D. Klier
  • The Jews in Russia and the Soviet Union, 1772-1953: A Selected Bibliography
  • "I will make your heaven as iron ..."(1919)*Valentin Parnakh
  • Oh, but we Jews had all the luck
  • Yulia Neyman
  • Khaim
  • Semyon Lipkin
  • Abraham's Last Night
  • Semyon Lipkin
  • From The Life of Aleksandr Zilber
  • Yury Karabchievsky
  • Above the grounds of the asylum
  • Inna Lisnyanskaya
  • My father, a military doctor
  • Boris Slutsky
  • Inna Lisnyanskaya
  • To my people - an outcast
  • Inna Lisnyanskaya
  • An Incident
  • Inna Lisnyanskaya
  • Let's cross out the pale
  • Boris Slutsky
  • I love the anti-Semites, they reward
  • Boris Slutsky
  • The rabbis come down to the valley
  • Of the Jews
  • Boris Slutsky
  • From A Society Chronicle: The Stepmother
  • Iuliu Edlis
  • From Heavy Sand
  • Anatoly Rybakov
  • From Only My Heart Was Broken
  • Lev Ginzburg
  • From The Overturned House: "A Visit with Marc Chagall"
  • Yuri Trifonov
  • From Summer in Baden-Baden
  • Boris Slutsky
  • Lenid Tsypkin
  • From Tears and Prayers of Fools
  • Grigory Kanovich
  • Someone astutely observed...
  • Yuri Levitansky
  • From Blizzard
  • Aleksandr Mezhirov
  • For the Last Time
  • Evgeny Reyn
  • I'm going to see my grandparents...
  • Horses in the Ocean
  • Sara Pogreb
  • I'm bidding farewell to the slush...
  • Sara Pogreb
  • From Pedigree
  • Izrail Metter
  • Khamsin
  • Mikhail Sinelnikov
  • A Jewish Lady
  • Mikhail Sinelnikov
  • Greeks into Stambul, brash with tambourines
  • Boris Slutsky
  • Mikhail Sinelnikov
  • Journey to Kashgar
  • Bella Ulanovskaya
  • A German Girl
  • Vladimir Britanishsky
  • Mixed Marriage
  • Vladimir Britanishsky --
  • Prodigal Son
  • Boris Slutsky
  • Puny Jewish children
  • Boris Slutsky
  • VOLUME 2: 1953-2001
  • From Life and Fate
  • Vassily Grossman
  • Jewish graveyard near Leningrad
  • Joseph Brodsky
  • I'm not asking death for immortality
  • Joseph Brodsky
  • From This is Moskow Speaking
  • Yuly Daniel
  • Enemies
  • Emmanuil Kazakevich
  • Note on Transliteration, Spelling of Names, Dates, and Notes
  • LATE SOVIET EMPIRE: 1964-1991
  • Editor's Introduction
  • Maxim D. Shrayer
  • From Hope Against Hope: A Memoir: "The Origins of the Miracle"
  • Nadezhda Mandelstam
  • The Path to Destruction
  • Nadezhda Mandelstam
  • In Memory of My Father
  • Genrikh Sapgir
  • Psalm 3
  • Note on How to Use This Anthology
  • Genrikh Sapgir
  • Psalm 116
  • Genrikh Sapgir
  • Psalm 132
  • Genrikh Sapgir
  • Psalm 136
  • Genrikh Sapgir
  • Psalm 150
  • Genrikh Sapgir
  • A Pole Rode
  • THE THAW: 1953-1964
  • Genrikh Sapgir
  • Ghetto, 1943
  • Aleksandr Aronov
  • That ravishing blatherskite
  • Aleksandr Aronov
  • Victory: A Story with Exaggerations
  • Vassily Aksyonov
  • The Train
  • Aleksandr Galich
  • The Ballad of an Unknown Soldier
  • Editor's Introduction
  • Aleksandr Galich
  • In the country that has nearly forgotten
  • Yan Satunovsky
  • Who are you, repatriated windows
  • Yan Satunovsky
  • Girls with golden eyes
  • Yan Satunovsky
  • You're mistaken
  • Yan Satunovsky
  • In the end of our nation
  • Maxim D. Shrayer
  • Yan Satunovsky
  • My Slavic language is Russian
  • Yan Satunovsky
  • I'm Moyshe from Berdichev
  • Yan Satunovsky
  • Eve, a civilized Jewess
  • Yan Satunovsky
  • Expressionism-Zionism
  • Yan Satunovsky
  • Blessed be the ill fate
  • These Abram, Isak, and Yakov
  • Yan Satunovsky
  • Gate slamming
  • Yan Satunovsky
  • They are anti-Semites, and anti-Semites
  • Yan Satunovsky
  • Some say: in Solzhenitsyn's time
  • Yan Satunovsky
  • When that teacher in Poland, so as not
  • Aleksandr Kushner
  • Letters
  • Boris Slutsky
  • Aleksandr Kushner
  • If I had been born in Germany in the same year
  • Aleksandr Kushner
  • From Four Quarters
  • Evgeny Gabrilovich
  • Although the East is seeded in me deep
  • Yulia Neyman
  • What was so frightening? Everything was fine
  • Yulia Neyman
  • Judith
  • Lot's Lament
  • Yuri Leving
  • Bibliography of Primary Sources for Volume 2
  • Outline of Jewish-Russian History, Part II: 1954-2001
  • John D. Klier
  • The Jews in Russia and the Soviet Union, 1954-2001: A Selected Bibliography
  • Henri Volohonsky
  • The Summit of Hermon
  • Henri Volohonsky
  • Galilee (Song)
  • Henri Volohonsky
  • The Last Rabbi
  • Arkady Lvov
  • From Glints of the Wave: Afanta-Utoma ("Fantasia-Judaica")
  • Ilia Bokstein
  • [Volume 2 cont.}
  • From The Jesters: "The Appearance of the Prophet Elijah, 1714"
  • David Markish
  • Sinai
  • Michail Grobman
  • Smaratia's hills are gross
  • Michail Grobman
  • The print of the palm of God
  • Michail Grobman
  • From The King's Hour
  • Boris Khazanov
  • THE JEWISH EXODUS: 1967-001
  • Orientalia
  • Yuri Kolker
  • Purple Smoke
  • Felix Roziner
  • From A Foreign Woman: "Talents and Admirers"
  • Sergei Dovlatov
  • Childhood
  • Michael B. Kreps
  • The Cat with the Yellow Star
  • Michael B. Kreps
  • Editor's Introduction
  • Call of the Ancestors
  • Michael B. Kreps
  • Sarah and the Rooster
  • Philip Isaac Berman
  • All Vows
  • Ruth Zernova
  • Chagall's Self-Portrait with Wife
  • David Shrayer-Petrov
  • My Slavic Soul
  • David Shrayer-Petrov
  • Maxim D. Shrayer
  • Early Morning in Moscow
  • David Shrayer-Petrov
  • Villa Borghese
  • David Shrayer-Petrov
  • Hande Hoch!
  • David Shrayer-Petrov
  • A Copper Penny for Good Luck
  • Igor Mikhalevich-Kaplan
  • 1995: Happy New Year!
  • Marina Temkina
  • A Farewell to Russia
  • The Arrest of an Anti-Semite
  • Friedrich Gorenstein
  • End of August in Trakai
  • Maxim D. Shrayer
  • From Trinity-Lykovo
  • Maxim D. Shrayer
  • IN POST SOVIET TIMES: 1991-2001
  • Editor's Introduction
  • Maxim D. Shrayer
  • Verses in Memory of My Father
  • Lev Mak
  • Vladimir Gandelsman
  • Genele the Purse Lady
  • Ludmila Ultiskaya
  • From A Glorious End to Inglorious Generations: Faith and Alienation
  • Anatoly Nayman
  • From On Job's Ways
  • Ian Probstein
  • The People of the Book
  • Ian Probstein
  • From the Confession of a Jew
  • August in Odessa
  • Aleksandr Melikhov
  • Bring on the Enemy!
  • Mikhail Zhvanetsky
  • Landscape with Job and a Daisy
  • Tatyana Voltskaya
  • Fragmenta
  • Michail Bexrodnyj
  • From Jew Ivanych: Who is Who? The Orphan
  • Eduard Shulman
  • Wake up All the Poets All Died Overnight...
  • Lev Mak
  • Ann Gorenko
  • From Songs of Dead Children: The Golem
  • Anna Gorenko
  • Translating from the European
  • Anna Gorenko
  • From Here Comes the Messiah!
  • Dina Rubina
  • An Allegory of Pound
  • Ilya Kutik
  • Orientation
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2 volumes
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An anthology of Jewish-Russian literature : two centuries of dual identity in prose and poetry, edited, selected, and cotranslated, with introductory essays by Maxim D. Shrayer
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Translated from the Russian
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
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Contents
  • "When my daydreams cross the brink of long lost days..." (1844)*Afanasy Fet
  • "Sheltered by a crimson awning..." (1847)*Afanasy Fet
  • From An Answer to the Slav (1849; pub. 1911)*Ruvim Kulisher
  • From The Penal Recruit (1859)*Osip Rabinovich
  • From Seething Times (1860s; pub. 1871-73)*Lev Levanda
  • From Notes of a Jew (1863; pub. 1871-73)*Grigory Bogrov
  • FIRST FLOWERING: 1881-1903
  • From The Misfit (1881)*Rakhel Khin
  • From "The Woman"(1883)*Semyon Nadson
  • "I grew up shunning you, O most degraded nation ..." (1885)*Semyon Nadson
  • VOLUME 1: 1801-1953
  • "To Rubinstein" (1886)*Nikolai Minsky
  • "Song " (1890s)*Simon Frug
  • "Shylock" (1890s)*Simon Frug
  • "An Admirer of Napoleon" (1800s)*Simon Frug
  • Author's Preface to vol. 1 of Collected Stories and Sketches (1898)*Ben-Ami
  • From The Memoirs of a Jew (ca. 1900)*Avraam-Uria Kovner
  • ON THE EVE: 1903-1917
  • "The Countrymen" (1902)*David Aizman
  • From The Jews (1903)*Semyon Yushkevich
  • "The Old Ghetto" (1903; rev. 1940)*Dmitri Tsenzor
  • Note on Transliteration, Spelling of Names, and Dates
  • "Father"(1914; rev. 1940)*Dmitri Tsenzor
  • "In Memory of Herzl"(1904)*Vladimir Jabotinsky
  • "An Exchange of Compliments" (1911)*Vladimir Jabotinsky
  • "In an Alien Tongue" (1900s)*Leyb Jaffe
  • "Off the Corfu Coast" (c. 1905-1906)*Leyb Jaffe
  • "The Jewish Question"(1909)*Sasha Cherny
  • "Judeophobes" (1909)*Sasha Cherny
  • "The Guardian Press" (1900s)*Ossip Dymow
  • "The Book" (1910)*S. An-sky
  • "To the Jewish Nation" (1911)*Ilya Ehrenburg
  • General Introduction
  • "Jews, I haven't strength to live with you ..." (1912)*Ilya Ehrenburg
  • "Evening" (1913)*Vladislav Khodasevich
  • "Rachel's Tears" (1916)*Vladislav Khodasevich
  • "I love all temples-my own and others' ..." (1916)*Rahel
  • "Tablets of the Past and Chains of the Past" (1916)*Rahel
  • "Palestine" (1916)*Samuil Marshak
  • "My anguish does the Lord not heed ..." (1913-1922)*Sofia Parnok
  • "Hagar"*(1913-1922) Sofia Parnok
  • "Not for safekeeping for awhile ..." (1913-1922)*Sofia Parnok --
  • Note on How to Use This Anthology
  • THE BEGINNING
  • From Lament of the Daughter of Judah (1803)*Leiba Nevakhovich
  • GAINING A VOICE: 1840-1881
  • "The People" (1840)*Leon Mandelstam
  • "Deportees" (1919)*Valentin Parnakh
  • "Sabbetaians" (c. 1922)*Valentin Parnakh
  • "Bar-Kokhba" (1920)*Ilya Selvinsky
  • "Slip back into your mother, Leah ..." (1920)*Osip Mandelstam
  • "One Alexander Herzovich ..." (1931)*Osip Mandelstam
  • "Say, desert geometer, shaper ..." (1933)*Osip Mandelstam
  • "Judaic Chaos" (1925)*Osip Mandelstam
  • "Jewish Luck" (1922)*Vladimir Lidin
  • "Native Land" (1922)*Lev Lunts
  • "Shields (and Candles)" (1922)*Veniamin Kaverin
  • [Vol. 1 cont.]
  • From "The extraordinary Adventures of Julio Jurenito ..." (1922)*Ilya Ehrenburg
  • "The Count" (1922-23)*Andrei Sobol
  • From "Zoo, or Letters not About Love" (1923)*Viktor Shklovsky
  • "Kol Nidrei" (1923)*Matvei Royzman
  • "The Rebbe's Son"(1924)*Isaac Babel
  • "Awakening" (1931)*Isaac Babel
  • From "The Tale of Red-Haired Motele, Mr. Inspector, Rabbi Isaiah, and Commissar Blokh" (1925)*Iosif Utkin
  • "Shop of Splendors" (1925-1929)*Elizaveta Polonskaya
  • "Encounter" (1927)*Elizaveta Polonskaya
  • From "The Commissars" (1925)*Yuri Libedinsky
  • REVOLUTION AND BETRAYAL: 1917-1939
  • "The Nightingale and the Rose" (1925)*Vera Inber
  • "This Path" (1927)*Mark Tarlovsky
  • From "A Man is Brought to His Knees" (1928)*Mikhail Kozakov
  • From "Jews on Land" (1929)*Viktor Fink
  • "R" (1929)*Semyon Kirsanov
  • "Origin"(1930)*Eduard Bagritsky
  • From "February" (1934)*Eduard Bagritsky
  • "The Prodigal Son Retuns Home" (1930)*Ilya Ilf
  • From "Little Golden Calf" (1931)*Ilya Ilf and Evgeny Petrov
  • From "The Scorched Land" (1932)*Mark Egart
  • "A Jewish Wedding"*(1916) Leonid Kannegiser
  • "David awoke in an unfamiliar bedroom ..." (1932; pub.1997)*Arkady Shteinberg
  • "One night I saw the Black Sea in a dream ..." (1935; pub. 1997)*Arkady Shteinberg
  • EMIGRATIONS: 1917-1967
  • "Not my mother, but a Tula peasant woman ..." (1917-1922)*Vladislav Khodasevich
  • "In Moscow I was born. I never ..." (1923)*Vladislav Khodasevich
  • "The Assassination of Uritsky" (1923)*Mark Aldanov
  • "Shield of David, crescent or ikon ..." (1923)*Evgeny Shklyar
  • "Where's Home?"(1925)*Evgeny Shklyar
  • "I, Dovid-Ari Ben Meir ..." (1925)*Dovid Knut
  • "A Kishinev Burial" (1929)*Dovid Knut
  • "Regimental Inspection" (1917)*Leonid Kannegiser
  • "Haifa" (1938)*Dovid Knut
  • "Tsfat" (1938)*Dovid Knut
  • "The Land of Israel" (1938)*Dovid Knut
  • "Autumn in the Provinces" (1920s; pub. 1928)*Don-Aminado
  • "A snatch of speech came floating on the air ..." (1932)*Raisa Blokh
  • "Remember, father would stand . . ." (1933)*Raisa Blokh
  • "How can I find you again, holy names . . ." (1934)*Raisa Blokh
  • "Grandmother" (late 1930s-1940s; pub. 1946)*Anna Prismanova
  • "Eyes" (late 1930s-1940s; pub. 1946)*Anna Prismanova
  • "Shine"(1938-39) * Anna Prismanova
  • "Preface" to Jewish Anthology (1917)*Mikhail Gershenzon
  • "Shtetl" (1943)*Sofia Dubnova-Erlikh
  • "Scorched Hearth" (1944)*Sofia Dubnova-Erlikh
  • "Pharaoh's Daughter" (1940s; pub. 1953)*Sofia Pregel
  • "In the Ghetto" (1940s; pub. 1953)*Sofia Pregel
  • "The nights of terror in cellars ..."(1940s; pub. 1953)*Sofia Pregel
  • From "A Jewish Tale" (1960)*Yuli Margolin
  • From "The Promised Land" (1966)*Andrei Sedykh
  • WAR AND TERROR: 1939-1953
  • From "Country Fair" (1940)*Boris Yampolsky
  • "Rachels, Chaims, and Leahs wander ..." (1941)*Ilya Ehrenburg
  • "Erez-Israel" (1919)*Elisheva
  • "Because remembrance of Esther's sultry midday ..." (1944)*Ilya Ehrenburg
  • "Babi Yar" (1944-45)*Ilya Ehrenburg
  • "To this ghetto people will not come ..." (1944-46)*Ilya Ehrenburg
  • "To the Jews" (1941)*Ilya Ehrenburg
  • "Jews" (1942)*Ilya Ehrenburg
  • "The Triumph of a Man" (1944)*Ilya Ehrenburg
  • "The Old Teacher" (1943)*Vassily Grossman
  • "To a Jewish Girl" (1940)*Margarita Aliger
  • From "Your Victory" (1944-45)*Margarita Aliger
  • "Babi Yar" (1944-45; pub. 1946)*Lev Ozerov
  • "I won't light a candle at the Sabbath hour ..." (1919)*Elisheva
  • "Death Camp" (1945)*Pavel Antokolsky
  • From "Lieutenant Colonel of the Medical Corps" (1949)*Yuri German
  • "In the Lowlands" (1944)*Boris Pasternak
  • "Odessa" (1944)*Boris Pasternak
  • From "Doctor Zhivago" (1944-55; pub. 1957)*Boris Pasternak
  • Bibliography of Primary Sources for Volume I
  • Outline of Jewish-Russian History, Part I, 1772-1953*John D. Klier
  • The Jews in Russia and the Soviet Union, 1772-1953: A Selected Bibliography
  • "I will make your heaven as iron ..."(1919)*Valentin Parnakh
  • Oh, but we Jews had all the luck
  • Yulia Neyman
  • Khaim
  • Semyon Lipkin
  • Abraham's Last Night
  • Semyon Lipkin
  • From The Life of Aleksandr Zilber
  • Yury Karabchievsky
  • Above the grounds of the asylum
  • Inna Lisnyanskaya
  • My father, a military doctor
  • Boris Slutsky
  • Inna Lisnyanskaya
  • To my people - an outcast
  • Inna Lisnyanskaya
  • An Incident
  • Inna Lisnyanskaya
  • Let's cross out the pale
  • Boris Slutsky
  • I love the anti-Semites, they reward
  • Boris Slutsky
  • The rabbis come down to the valley
  • Of the Jews
  • Boris Slutsky
  • From A Society Chronicle: The Stepmother
  • Iuliu Edlis
  • From Heavy Sand
  • Anatoly Rybakov
  • From Only My Heart Was Broken
  • Lev Ginzburg
  • From The Overturned House: "A Visit with Marc Chagall"
  • Yuri Trifonov
  • From Summer in Baden-Baden
  • Boris Slutsky
  • Lenid Tsypkin
  • From Tears and Prayers of Fools
  • Grigory Kanovich
  • Someone astutely observed...
  • Yuri Levitansky
  • From Blizzard
  • Aleksandr Mezhirov
  • For the Last Time
  • Evgeny Reyn
  • I'm going to see my grandparents...
  • Horses in the Ocean
  • Sara Pogreb
  • I'm bidding farewell to the slush...
  • Sara Pogreb
  • From Pedigree
  • Izrail Metter
  • Khamsin
  • Mikhail Sinelnikov
  • A Jewish Lady
  • Mikhail Sinelnikov
  • Greeks into Stambul, brash with tambourines
  • Boris Slutsky
  • Mikhail Sinelnikov
  • Journey to Kashgar
  • Bella Ulanovskaya
  • A German Girl
  • Vladimir Britanishsky
  • Mixed Marriage
  • Vladimir Britanishsky --
  • Prodigal Son
  • Boris Slutsky
  • Puny Jewish children
  • Boris Slutsky
  • VOLUME 2: 1953-2001
  • From Life and Fate
  • Vassily Grossman
  • Jewish graveyard near Leningrad
  • Joseph Brodsky
  • I'm not asking death for immortality
  • Joseph Brodsky
  • From This is Moskow Speaking
  • Yuly Daniel
  • Enemies
  • Emmanuil Kazakevich
  • Note on Transliteration, Spelling of Names, Dates, and Notes
  • LATE SOVIET EMPIRE: 1964-1991
  • Editor's Introduction
  • Maxim D. Shrayer
  • From Hope Against Hope: A Memoir: "The Origins of the Miracle"
  • Nadezhda Mandelstam
  • The Path to Destruction
  • Nadezhda Mandelstam
  • In Memory of My Father
  • Genrikh Sapgir
  • Psalm 3
  • Note on How to Use This Anthology
  • Genrikh Sapgir
  • Psalm 116
  • Genrikh Sapgir
  • Psalm 132
  • Genrikh Sapgir
  • Psalm 136
  • Genrikh Sapgir
  • Psalm 150
  • Genrikh Sapgir
  • A Pole Rode
  • THE THAW: 1953-1964
  • Genrikh Sapgir
  • Ghetto, 1943
  • Aleksandr Aronov
  • That ravishing blatherskite
  • Aleksandr Aronov
  • Victory: A Story with Exaggerations
  • Vassily Aksyonov
  • The Train
  • Aleksandr Galich
  • The Ballad of an Unknown Soldier
  • Editor's Introduction
  • Aleksandr Galich
  • In the country that has nearly forgotten
  • Yan Satunovsky
  • Who are you, repatriated windows
  • Yan Satunovsky
  • Girls with golden eyes
  • Yan Satunovsky
  • You're mistaken
  • Yan Satunovsky
  • In the end of our nation
  • Maxim D. Shrayer
  • Yan Satunovsky
  • My Slavic language is Russian
  • Yan Satunovsky
  • I'm Moyshe from Berdichev
  • Yan Satunovsky
  • Eve, a civilized Jewess
  • Yan Satunovsky
  • Expressionism-Zionism
  • Yan Satunovsky
  • Blessed be the ill fate
  • These Abram, Isak, and Yakov
  • Yan Satunovsky
  • Gate slamming
  • Yan Satunovsky
  • They are anti-Semites, and anti-Semites
  • Yan Satunovsky
  • Some say: in Solzhenitsyn's time
  • Yan Satunovsky
  • When that teacher in Poland, so as not
  • Aleksandr Kushner
  • Letters
  • Boris Slutsky
  • Aleksandr Kushner
  • If I had been born in Germany in the same year
  • Aleksandr Kushner
  • From Four Quarters
  • Evgeny Gabrilovich
  • Although the East is seeded in me deep
  • Yulia Neyman
  • What was so frightening? Everything was fine
  • Yulia Neyman
  • Judith
  • Lot's Lament
  • Yuri Leving
  • Bibliography of Primary Sources for Volume 2
  • Outline of Jewish-Russian History, Part II: 1954-2001
  • John D. Klier
  • The Jews in Russia and the Soviet Union, 1954-2001: A Selected Bibliography
  • Henri Volohonsky
  • The Summit of Hermon
  • Henri Volohonsky
  • Galilee (Song)
  • Henri Volohonsky
  • The Last Rabbi
  • Arkady Lvov
  • From Glints of the Wave: Afanta-Utoma ("Fantasia-Judaica")
  • Ilia Bokstein
  • [Volume 2 cont.}
  • From The Jesters: "The Appearance of the Prophet Elijah, 1714"
  • David Markish
  • Sinai
  • Michail Grobman
  • Smaratia's hills are gross
  • Michail Grobman
  • The print of the palm of God
  • Michail Grobman
  • From The King's Hour
  • Boris Khazanov
  • THE JEWISH EXODUS: 1967-001
  • Orientalia
  • Yuri Kolker
  • Purple Smoke
  • Felix Roziner
  • From A Foreign Woman: "Talents and Admirers"
  • Sergei Dovlatov
  • Childhood
  • Michael B. Kreps
  • The Cat with the Yellow Star
  • Michael B. Kreps
  • Editor's Introduction
  • Call of the Ancestors
  • Michael B. Kreps
  • Sarah and the Rooster
  • Philip Isaac Berman
  • All Vows
  • Ruth Zernova
  • Chagall's Self-Portrait with Wife
  • David Shrayer-Petrov
  • My Slavic Soul
  • David Shrayer-Petrov
  • Maxim D. Shrayer
  • Early Morning in Moscow
  • David Shrayer-Petrov
  • Villa Borghese
  • David Shrayer-Petrov
  • Hande Hoch!
  • David Shrayer-Petrov
  • A Copper Penny for Good Luck
  • Igor Mikhalevich-Kaplan
  • 1995: Happy New Year!
  • Marina Temkina
  • A Farewell to Russia
  • The Arrest of an Anti-Semite
  • Friedrich Gorenstein
  • End of August in Trakai
  • Maxim D. Shrayer
  • From Trinity-Lykovo
  • Maxim D. Shrayer
  • IN POST SOVIET TIMES: 1991-2001
  • Editor's Introduction
  • Maxim D. Shrayer
  • Verses in Memory of My Father
  • Lev Mak
  • Vladimir Gandelsman
  • Genele the Purse Lady
  • Ludmila Ultiskaya
  • From A Glorious End to Inglorious Generations: Faith and Alienation
  • Anatoly Nayman
  • From On Job's Ways
  • Ian Probstein
  • The People of the Book
  • Ian Probstein
  • From the Confession of a Jew
  • August in Odessa
  • Aleksandr Melikhov
  • Bring on the Enemy!
  • Mikhail Zhvanetsky
  • Landscape with Job and a Daisy
  • Tatyana Voltskaya
  • Fragmenta
  • Michail Bexrodnyj
  • From Jew Ivanych: Who is Who? The Orphan
  • Eduard Shulman
  • Wake up All the Poets All Died Overnight...
  • Lev Mak
  • Ann Gorenko
  • From Songs of Dead Children: The Golem
  • Anna Gorenko
  • Translating from the European
  • Anna Gorenko
  • From Here Comes the Messiah!
  • Dina Rubina
  • An Allegory of Pound
  • Ilya Kutik
  • Orientation
Control code
60188739
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
2 volumes
Isbn
9780765605214
Isbn Type
(cloth : alk. paper)
Lccn
2005012792
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)60188739

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