An Isaac Bashevis Singer Reader

An Isaac Bashevis Singer Reader
A collection of short stories by Nobel Laureate Isaac Bashevis Singer, the most widely known and possibly the last of the great Yiddish-language novelists and short-story writers.

These rich tales entice the reader into an enchanted world of demons, imps, and other magical creatures living side-by-side ordinary shopkeepers, rabbis, husbands, wives, and other country folk.

Table of Contents:

Gimpel the Fool
The Mirror
The Unseen
The Spinoza of Market Street
The Black Wedding
The Man Who Came Back
Short Friday
Yentl the Yeshiva Boy
Blood
The Fast
The Se´ance
The Slaughterer
The Lecture
Getzel the Monkey
A Friend of Kafka
My father's friend
Dreamers
A Wedding
Had He been a Kohen
The Magician of Lublin


 
   
 
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