Vagabond Stars: A World History of Yiddish Theater

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Syracuse University Press, 1996 - 443
This text provides an illustrated world history of the Yiddish theatre covering five continents and more than 300 years.
 

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Vagabond stars: a world history of Yiddish theater

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"Sandrow has gloriously re-created the world of the Yiddish theater from the Purim plays of the 1700s in Eastern Europe to the current state of the art in the United States and throughout the world" (LJ 8/77). The book was further praised as scholarly and informative. Przeczytaj pełną recenzję

Spis treści

DRAMAS OF THE ENLIGHTENMENT
21
AVROM GOLDFADN
40
VAGABOND STARS
70
SHUND AND POPULAR THEATER
91
JACOB GORDIN
132
THE NEW REPERTORY
164
THE ART THEATERS
203
GOSET
222
TWENTIETHGENTURY AMERICA
251
POLAND BETWEEN THE WARS
303
IN THE GHETTOS AND CAMPS
337
YIDDISH THEATER SINCE THE WAR
351
YIDDISH THEATER IN AMERICA SINCE THE WAR
386
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Informacje o autorze (1996)

Nahma Sandrow has written extensively about theater and cultural history, including the books Vagabond Stars: A World History of Yiddish Theater and Surrealism: Theater, Arts, Ideas. For many years a professor at Bronx Community College of the City University of New York, she has lectured at Oxford University, Harvard University, the Smithsonian, and elsewhere.

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