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Reading 1920s Berlin – Dovid Bergelson’s “Blindness”

Yiddish was one of the mother tongues of Eastern European Jews (Ashkenazim) who had settled throughout Russia and Eastern Europe before the Holocaust, and it still has many speakers today in Israel and North America. Based on Middle High German blended with Hebrew and Slavic languages but written using the Hebrew alphabet, this language is permeated by the long history of the Jews who settled a...

2020-09-07, Moriyasu Tanaka (Advisory fellow, Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences, Ritsumeikan University)

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