Yiddish Poets & Writers

Yiddish Literature

This is the start of another short series, Yiddish Poets & Writers, which will bring to the attention of modern readers the important Jewish poets and writers of the early 20th century. I will start with the important Montreal Yiddish poets and writers and then plan to write about the New York Yiddish poets and writers—Montreal and New York City being important centres of Yiddishkayt. I might also include Yiddish poets and writers in Israel, who played a prominent role in the nation’s culture and literature. I begin here with J.I. Segal.


—Peretz J. Greenbaum

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September 13, 2017: J.I. Segal

September 27, 2017: Rachel Korn

October 11, 2017: Melech Ravitch

October 25, 2017: Chava Rosenfarb

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