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Sholem Asch

Noun, 1. Sholem Asch - United States writer (born in Poland) who wrote in Yiddish (1880-1957).

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Sami Rohr Library of Recorded Yiddish Books:
Motl peysi dem khazns, by Sholem Aleichem. ▪ Tevye der milkhiker, by Sholem Aleichem. ▪ Der Tilim Yid, by Sholem Asch.
Winthrop University Manuscript Collection
Asch, the son of the famous Yiddish writer Sholem Asch, is the author of five novels published between 1925-1937. He also published dozens of short stories.
PT39 moe asch
Asch – the crusty, forbidding son of Yiddish novelist and playwright Sholem.
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Asch, Sholem. The Mother / authorized trans. by Elsa.
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Aaron Kabak and Sholem Asch. Ktzia Alon. This paper examines The Narrow Path (1937), by Abraham Aaron Kabak.

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On the Bookshelf
Penguin Rep Theatre Presents SHIPWRECKED! AN ENTERTAINMENT 8/12-9/4
His many plays include Time Stands Still, seen on Broadway last season starring Laura Linney, Brooklyn Boy, Sight Unseen, Collected Stories, and God of Vengeance (based on the Yiddish classic by Sholem Asch).

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Sholem Asch - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Come to See: The Nazarene, by Sholem Asch
Jul 26, 2008 The Nazarene, by Sholem Asch. This is one of the most moving novels I have read in a long time.
Conference: Sholem Asch Reconsidered
Sholem Asch Summary | BookRags.com
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