The Field of Yiddish: Studies in Language, Folklore, and Literature: Fifth Collection.
by Goldberg, David, edited by.
Northwestern University Press and YIVO
Octavo, blue cloth with gold lettering, 327 pp., b/w illustrations, contributors, index
Articles are "The Yiddish Thematic Verbs," Edward Stankiewicz, "Normativism and the Notion of Authenticity in Yiddish Linguisitics," Christopher Hutton, On the Discourse Functions of Syntactic Form in Yiddish: Expletive ES and Subject Posting," Ellen F. Prince, "Early Yiddish Vowel Systems: A Contribution by William G. Moulton to the Debate on the Origins of Yiddish," Robert D. King, "Central Yiddish Breaking and Drawl: The Implications of Fusion for a Phonological Rule," Neil G. Jacobs, "Les manuscrits Yidich de la Bibliotheque Nationale de Paris," Jean Baumgarten, "Fantasy, Realism, and National Identity in Soviet Identity in Soviet Yiddish Juvenile Literature: Itzik Kipnis's Books for Children," David Goldberg, "Der Nister's 'In vayn-keler': A Study in Metaphor, "The First Yiddish Translation of Julius Shakespeare," Dahlia Kaufman, "'Geyt a yid in shenkl arayn': Yiddish Songs of Drunkenness," Robert A. Rothstein, "'We Can Read and Understand': A Semiotic Analysis of the American Yiddish Primer and the Transformation of Literacy," Jeffrey Shandler
Language: English Language
Edition: First Edition
Condition: Very Good
Book Id: 13938