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by I.M. Lask,Mordechai Tsanin

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ISBN:
0498021653
Author:
I.M. Lask,Mordechai Tsanin
Category:
History & Criticism
Language:
English
Publisher:
Gazelle Book Services Ltd (July 24, 1980)
Pages:
332 pages
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translated to English as Artapanos Comes Home, (Gazelle Book Services Ltd, 1980) an epic six-volume work that follows the . Friction between Tsanin and the establishment came to a head in 1964

translated to English as Artapanos Comes Home, (Gazelle Book Services Ltd, 1980) an epic six-volume work that follows the eponymous hero's family through the Jewish people's 1900-year exile. As of 2014, the University of California, Berkeley, library holds nine distinct Tsanin books. These include novels, reflections on the condition of the Jewish people, collected essays, and a dictionary. Friction between Tsanin and the establishment came to a head in 1964. Lezte Neies was by then, as mentioned above, owned by a subsidiary of Mapai (the governing party at the time and long a leading force in the battle against Yiddish).

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