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The seventh candle, and other folk tales of Eastern Europe. / translated from the Yiddish by Gertrude Pashin. Illustrated by Ezekiel Schloss.

Author/Creator:
Einhorn, David, 1886-1973, author.
Publication:
[New York] Ktav Pub. House [1968]
Format/Description:
Book
111 pages illustrations 24 cm
Subjects:
Jews -- Folklore.
Jews -- Tales.
Tales.
Jews.
Tales.
Childrens subjects:
Jews -- Folklore.
Folklore.
Local subjects:
Jews -- Folklore.
Tales -- Europe, Eastern.
Form/Genre:
Fiction.
Folk tales.
Folklore.
Folk tales.
Summary:
Twenty-seven Jewish folk tales from Eastern Europe depicting village life, as well as traditional customs and beliefs.
Contents:
The synagogue that wept
The seventh candle
The eternal light
The fruit of the holy land
A visit with Abraham
An hour in paradise
The sacred sheaf
The charred wall
The last recital
The remarkable water carrier
The flying letters
To the king's blacksmith
The fiddler and the count
The tree of a martyr
The miracle of the Chanukah candles
A bird's nest
Meyer Baer
Rabbi Soos
The story about a grandma and a grandpa
The tailor and the sprite
The miller's helper
A journey through the sabbath
The miracle of the echo
The ill fated mill
The public billy goat
The kingdom of the sabbath queen
The story of an old siddur.
Local notes:
Presented to the Penn Libraries by the Board of Governors of Adas Kodesch Shel Emeth.
Penn Provenance:
Adas Kodesch Shel Emeth (donor)
Contributor:
Schloss, Ezekiel, illustrator.
Library of Adas Kodesch Shel Emeth (University of Pennsylvania)
Other format:
Online version: Einhorn, David, 1886-1973. Seventh candle, and other folk tales of Eastern Europe.
ISBN:
0870683691
9780870683695
OCLC:
436365
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