Table of contents for Yiddish south of the border : an anthology of Latin American Yiddish writing / edited by Alan Astro.


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Editor's Introduction	00
Acknowledgments	00
Argentina	00
1. Mordechai Alpersohn, "Of Pimps, Prositutes and Other Seducers" (excerpt from a memoir)	00
2. ---, "The Gauchito Happy Moses" (short story)	00
3. Borekh Bendersky, "An Evil Eye" (short story)	00
4. ---. "Unrestful Sabbaths" (short story)	00
5. Hirsh Bloshtein, "In Opposite Directions" (short story)	00
6. Leon Chasanovitch, "Meager Results: Two Decades of Jewish Agricultural Settlement in Argentina" (reportage)	00
7. ---, "Bread and Honor" (reportage)	00
8. Peretz Hirshbein, "The Builders of a Jewish Future"  (reportage)	00
9. Hersh David Nomberg, "Homesick in Buenos Aires" (reportage)	00
10. Mimi Pinzón, "The Courtyard Without Windows" (excerpt from a novel)	00
11. José Rabinovich, "A Man and his Parrot" (short story)	00
12. Samuel Rollansky, "In Honor of Yom Kippur" (short story)	00
13. Moyshe Rubin, "A Ripped Tefillin Strap" (short story)	00
14. Aaron Leib Schussheim, "When Life Swallowed Up Death" (reportage)	00
15. Pinye Wald, Nightmare: Excerpt of a Memoir of "The Tragic Week"	00
Brazil	00
16. Jacob Botoshanski, Director's Prologue to Leib Malach's play Remolding	00
17. Leib Malach, Remolding (excerpts from a play)	00
18. Meir Kucinski, "The Mulata" (short story)	00
19. Rosa Palatnik, "An Engagement Dinner" (short story)	00
Chile	00
20. José Goldchain, "He Worked His Way Up" (short story)	00
21. ---, "She Wanted to Throw a Very Nice Affair" (short story)	00
22. Yoyne Obodovski, "Solomon Licht" (short story)	00
23. Noyekh Vital, "Gold" (short story)	00
Colombia	00
24. Salomón Brainsky, "Temptation" (short story)	00
Cuba	00
25. Pinkhes Berniker, "Jesús" (short story)	00
26. Abraham Josef Dubelman, "The Faith Healer" (short story)	00
27. Aaron Zeitlin, "The Gallego" (poem)	00
Mexico	00
28. Isaac Berliner, "Churches" (poem illustrated by Diego Rivera)	00
29. Jacobo Glantz, "Holiday in the Streets: The First Anti-Semitic Demonstration (June 2, 1931)" (poem)	00
30. Meir Corona, "Quite a Bank" (short story)	00
31. Abraham Weisbaum, "The Tinifotsky Monologues" (excerpts from a satire)	00
U.S.A. (Texas)	00
32. Alexander Ziskind Gurwitz, "San Antonio Twenty-Two Years Ago" (excerpt from a memoir)	00
Uruguay	00
33. Salomón Zytner, "The Bar Mitzvah Speech" (short story)	00
34. ---, "The Refugee" (short story)	00
35. Hanan Ayalti, "A Banquet in Mexico City" (short story)	00
36. ---, "The Memo from the Thirty-six" (short story)	00
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Yiddish literature Translations into English, Jews Latin America Literary collections, Jews Latin America Intellectual life, Yiddish fiction Translations into English