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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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Names: Shrayer, Maxim,
Published: Armonk, N.Y. : Sharpe, 2007-
Topics: Russian literature - Jewish authors - Translations into English. | Jews in literature. | Russian literature - 19th century - Translations into English. | Russian literature - 20th century - Translations into English.
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v. 1. 1801-1953 -- v. 2. 1953-2001.
VOLUME 1 : 1801-1953 -- Note on Transliteration, Spelling of Names, Dates, and Notes -- Note on How to Use This Anthology -- Editor's General Introduction : Toward a Canon of Jewish-Russian Literature / Maxim D. Shrayer -- Jewish-Russian Literature : A Selected Bibliography -- THE BEGINNING -- From Lament of the Daughter of Judah (1803) / Leyba Nevakhovich -- GAINING A VOICE : 1840-1881 -- "The People" (1840) / Leon Mandelstam -- "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 : "Childhood Sufferings" (1863; pub. 1871-73) / Grigory Bogrov -- FIRST FLOWERING : 1881-1902 -- From The Misfit (1881) / Rashel Khin -- From "The Woman" (1883) / Semyon Nadson -- "I grew up shunning you, O most degraded nation ..." (1885) / Semyon Nadson -- "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 -- "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. 1905-6) / 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 -- "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 ..." (1913-22) / Sofia Parnok -- "Hagar" (1913-22) / Sofia Parnok -- "Not for safekeeping for awhile ..." (1913-22) / Sofia Parnok.
[Vol. 1 cont.] -- REVOLUTION AND BETRAYAL : 1917-1939 -- "A Jewish Wedding" (1916) / Leonid Kannegiser -- "Regimental Inspection" (1917) / Leonid Kannegiser -- Preface to The Jewish Anthology (1917) / Mikhail Gershenzon -- "Erez-Israel" (1919) / Elisheva -- "I won't light a candle at the Sabbath hour ..." (1919) / Elisheva -- "I will make your heaven as iron ..." (1919) / Valentin Parnakh -- "Deportees (1914-1917)" (1919) / Valentin Parnakh -- "Sabbetaians" (Excerpt, 1919-22) / 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 -- From The Noise of Time : "Judaic Chaos" (1925) / Osip Mandelstam -- "Jewish Luck" (1922) / Vladimir Lidin -- "Native Land" (1922) / Lev Lunts -- "Shields (and Candles)" (1922) / Veniamin Kaverin -- From The Extraordinary Adventures of Julio Jurenito and His Disciples : "The Teacher's Prophecy Concerning the Destinies of the Tribe of Judah" (1922) / Ilya Ehrenburg -- "The Count" (1922-23) / Andrey Sobol -- From Zoo, or Letters not About Love (1923) / Viktor Shklovsky -- "Kol Nidre" (1923) / Matvey Royzman -- "The Rebbe's Son" (1924) / Isaac Babel -- "Awakening" (1931) / Isaac Babel -- From The Tale of Red-Headed Motele, Mr. Inspector, Rabbi Isaiah, and Commissar Blokh : "Miracles of Kishinev" (1925) / Iosif Utkin -- "Shop of Splendors" (1925-29) / Elizaveta Polonskaya -- "Encounter" (1927) / Elizaveta Polonskaya -- From The Commissars (1925) / Yury Libedinsky -- "The Nightingale and the Rose" (1925) / Vera Inber -- "This Path" (1927) / Mark Tarlovsky -- From A Man Is Brought to His Knees : "Thirty Pieces of Silver" (1928) / Mikhail Kozakov -- From Jews on the Land : "The Preachers" (1929) / Viktor Fink -- "R" (1929) / Semyon Kirsanov -- "Origin" (1930) / Eduard Bagritsky -- From February (1933-34) / Eduard Bagritsky -- "The Prodigal Son Returns Home" (1930) / Ilya Ilf -- From The Little Golden Calf : "Passenger of the Special-Charter Train" (1931) / Ilya Ilf and Evgeny Petrov -- From Scorched Land (1932) / Mark Egart -- "David awoke in an unfamiliar bedroom ..." (1932; pub.1997) / Arkady Shteynberg -- "One night I saw the Black Sea in a dream ..." (1935; pub. 1997) / Arkady Shteynberg -- 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 icon ..." (1923) / Evgeny Shklyar -- "Where's Home?" (1925) / Evgeny Shklyar -- "I, Dovid-Ari Ben Meir ..." (1925) / Dovid Knut -- "A Kishinev Burial" (1929) / Dovid Knut -- "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-early 1940s; pub. 1946) / Anna Prismanova -- "Eyes" (late 1930s-early1940s; pub. 1946) / Anna Prismanova -- "Shine" (1938-39) / Anna Prismanova -- "Shtetl" (1943) / Sofia Dubnova-Erlich -- "Scorched Hearth" (1944) / Sofia Dubnova-Erlich -- "Pharaoh's Daughter" (early 1950s; pub. 1953) / Sofia Pregel -- "In the Ghetto" (early 1950s; pub. 1953) / Sofia Pregel -- "You Shall Not Forget" (early 1950s; pub. 1953) / Sofia Pregel -- From A Jewish Tale : "The Exodus from Poland" (late 1950s) / Yuly Margolin -- From The Promised Land : "If I Forget You, O Jerusalem" (1960s) / Andrey Sedykh -- WAR AND TERROR : 1939-1953 -- From Country Fair : "Mr. Dykhes and Others" (ca. 1940) / Boris Yampolsky -- "Rachels, Hayims, and Leahs wander ..." (1941) / Ilya Ehrenburg -- "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 -- "Death Camp" (1945) / Pavel Antokolsky -- From Lieutenant Colonel of the Medical Corps (1949; pub. 1956) / Yuri German -- "In the Lowlands" (1944) / Boris Pasternak -- "Odessa" (1944) / Boris Pasternak -- From Doctor Zhivago (1946-[1955]; 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.
VOLUME 2: 1953-2001 -- Note on Transliteration, Spelling of Names, Dates, and Notes -- Note on How to Use This Anthology -- THE THAW: 1953-1964 -- Editor's Introduction / Maxim D. Shrayer -- These Abrám, Isák and Yákov / Boris Slutsky -- Oh, but we Jews had all the luck / Boris Slutsky -- Of the Jews / Boris Slutsky -- Horses in the Ocean / Boris Slutsky -- Prodigal Son / Boris Slutsky -- Puny Jewish children / Boris Slutsky -- From Life and Fate / Vassily Grossman -- Of the world of shtetls / Naum Korzhavin -- Children in Auschwitz / Naum Korzhavin -- 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 -- 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 / Genrikh Sapgir -- Psalm 116 / Genrikh Sapgir -- Psalm 132 / Genrikh Sapgir -- Psalm 136 / Genrikh Sapgir -- Psalm 150 / Genrikh Sapgir -- A Pole Rode / 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 / 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 -- It's the end of our nation / 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 / 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 / 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 / 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 / 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 / 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 / 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 ... / 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 / Mikhail Sinelnikov -- Journey to Kashgar / Bella Ulanovskaya -- A German Girl / Vladimir Britanishsky -- Mixed Marriage / Vladimir Britanishsky.
[Volume 2 cont.} -- THE JEWISH EXODUS: 1967-001 -- Editor's Introduction / Maxim D. Shrayer -- A Farewell to Russia / Lev Mak -- August in Odessa / Lev Mak -- Lot's Lament / Henri Volohonsky -- The Summit of Hermon / Henri Volohonsky -- Galilee (Song) / Henri Volohonsky -- The Last Rabbi / Arkady Lvov -- From Glints of the Wave: Afánta-Utóma ("Fantasia-Judaica") / Ilia Bokstein -- From The Jesters: "The Appearance of Prophet Elijah, 1714" / David Markish -- Sinai / Michail Grobman -- Samaria's hills are gross / Michail Grobman -- The print of the palm of God / Michail Grobman -- From The King's Hour / Boris Khazanov -- 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 -- 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 -- Early Morning in Moscow / David Shrayer-Petrov -- Villa Borghese / David Shrayer-Petrov -- Hände Hoch! / David Shrayer-Petrov -- A Copper Penny for Good Luck / Igor Mikhalevich-Kaplan -- 1995: Happy New Year! / Marina Temkina -- 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 / 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 / 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 ... / 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 / 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.
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