Isaac Leib Peretz Quotes (54 quotes)




Isaac Leib Peretz
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Sewing the Wedding Gown, 1906. Nine One-Act Plays from Yiddish. B. F. White, translated Boston, John W. Luce & Co., 1932, p. 127.
Isaac Leib Peretz
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I Am a Rainworm, 1900, translated by Jacob Robbins. J. Leftwich. Golden Peacock. Sci-Art, 1939, p. 83.
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Quoted by M. Samuel, Prince of the Ghetto, 146.
Isaac Leib Peretz
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Quoted by M. Samuel, Prince of the Ghetto, 179.
Isaac Leib Peretz
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Fir Dores Fir Tzavoes, 1901. Alle Verk, iv. 237.
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Der Dichter, 1910. S. Liptzin. Peretz. Yivo, 1947, p. 321.
Isaac Leib Peretz
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Vegn vos Firn op fun Yidishkeit, 1911. S. Liptzin. Peretz. Yivo, 1947, p. 372.
Isaac Leib Peretz
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Mesiras Nefesh, c. 1910. Alle Verk, vii. 155.
Isaac Leib Peretz
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Der Dichter, 1910. Alle Verk, x. 19.


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Born: May 18, 1852

Died: April 3, 1915 (aged 62)

Bio: Isaac Leib Peretz, also known as Yitskhok Leybush Peretz and Icchok Lejbusz Perec or Izaak Lejb Perec, best known as I.L. Peretz, was a Yiddish language author and playwright. Payson R. Stevens, Charles M. Levine, and Sol Steinmetz count him with Mendele Mokher Seforim and Sholem Aleichem as one of the three great classical Yiddish writers.

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