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Esterke story in Yiddish and Polish literature

a case study in the mutual relations of two cultural traditions

by Chone Shmeruk

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Published by Zalman Shazar Center for the Furtherance of the Study of Jewish History in Jerusalem .
Written in English

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  • Poland
    • Subjects:
    • Esterka, of Opoczno, 14th cent. -- In literature.,
    • Yiddish literature -- Poland -- History and criticism.,
    • Polish literature -- 19th century -- History and criticism.,
    • Civilization, Medieval, in literature.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesEsterke story.
      StatementChone Shmeruk.
      SeriesStudies of the Center for Research on the History and Culture of Polish Jews, Sidrat meḥḳarim shel ha-Merkaz le-ḥeḳer toldot Yehude Polin ṿe-tarbutam.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPJ5141 .S5213 1985
      The Physical Object
      Pagination119 p. :
      Number of Pages119
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2631571M
      ISBN 109652270245
      LC Control Number85202939


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Esterka refers to a mythical Jewish mistress of Casimir the Great, the historical King of Poland who reigned between and Medieval Polish and Jewish chroniclers considered the legend as historical fact and report a wonderful love story between the beautiful Jewess and the great monarch.

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The Esterke story in Yiddish and Polish literature: A case study in the mutual relations of two cultural traditions (Studies of the Author: Chone Shmeruk.

The article also appeared in Shmeruk’s Sifrut yidiš be-polin [Yiddish literature in Poland] (Jerusalem: Magnes Press, ), –, and as a book in English translation: The Esterke Story Esterke story in Yiddish and Polish literature book Yiddish and Polish Literature—A Case Study in the Mutual Relations of Two Cultural Traditions (Jerusalem: The Zalman Shazar Center for the Author: Nathan Cohen.

Get this from a library. The Esterke story in Yiddish and Polish literature: a case study in the Esterke story in Yiddish and Polish literature book relations of two cultural traditions.

[Chone Shmeruk]. The late Chone Shmeruk, the world’s foremost expert on Yiddish literature and folklore, did a great deal of research on this topic and asserts that Queen Esterke did indeed exist. In his book, The Esterke Story in Yiddish and Polish Literature, he lists numerous sources — from Polish, German, and Yiddish documents — to back his claim.

חנות ספרים | אתר מרכז שזר | Esterke story in Yiddish and Polish literature book החנות | צור קשר. סל קניות שלי. רשימת הנושאים ספרים דיגיטליים עותק אישי מודפס הרשמה לעדכונים. THE ESTERKE STORY IN YIDDISH AND POLISH LITERATURE.A Case Study in the Mutual Relations of the two Cultural Traditions Shmeruk, Chone Published by The Zalman Shazar Center for Jewish History, Jerusalem ().

polish jewish literature in the interwar years The Esterke Story In Yiddish And Polish Literature. Author by: Chone Shmeruk Language: en As such, the book offers a corrective view in the form of social history, one that commands attention and demands respect for the vitality and activism of the generation of Polish Jews so brutally.

Kumove, Words Like Arrows – A Collection of Yiddish Folk Sayings (); Kahn, Portraits of Yiddish Writers (); D. Sadan, Teuren un Tiren (); Ch. Shmeruk, The Esterke Story in Yiddish and Polish Literature (). The exile book of Yiddish women writers () Yiddish cities () Gender and text in modern Hebrew and Yiddish literature () Kminhag ʾAšknaz wPwliyn () The Esterke story in Yiddish and Polish literature () Yidiše literatur ().

Versions of Esterke's story in Polish antisemitic literature attempted to undermine customary Jewish privileges granted to Jews by King *Boleslav v (–) and continued by King Casimir, suggesting that they were promulgated to please a lover rather than for the good of the nation.

The Yiddish American poet H. Leyvik (–) stated inthat the Yiddish press in America was “the greatest enemy of Yiddish literature,” and that it only posed as interested in. Chone Shmeruk, The Esterke Story in Yiddish and Polish Literature.

A Case Study in the Mutual Relations of Two Cultural Traditions by Jan Błoński David Darshan, Shir HaMa'alot L'David and Ktav Hitnazzelut L'Darshanim. Translated and Annotated by H.

Perelmuter by Louis Jacobs: Raphael Mahler, Hasidism and the Jewish Enlightenment. in Service Esterke story in Yiddish and Polish literature book Yiddish Literature”.

The Polish Academy of Sciences' Polish-Israeli investigation's. workshop. My paper: “Polish Literature for the Yiddish Reader – Modes of translation” The First Conference of Jewish Studies in Warsaw (Warsaw).

paper: “The Esterke and Kazimir Story. Chone Shmeruk. The Esterke Story in riddish and Polish Literature. A Case Study in the Mutual Relations of Two Cultural Traditions. Jerusalem: Studies of the Center for Research on the History and Culture of Polish Jews, The Hebrew University.

The article also appeared in Shmeruk's Sifrut yidish be-polin [Yiddish literature in Poland] (Jerusalem: Magnes Pess, ), –, and as a book in English translation: The Esterke Story in Yiddish and Polish Literature—A Case Study in the Mutual Relations of Two Cultural Traditions (Jerusalem: The Zalman Shazar Center for the.

Versions of Esterke's story in Polish antisemitic literature attempted to undermine customary Jewish privileges granted to Jews by King *Boleslav V (–) and continued by King Casimir, suggesting that they were promulgated to please a lover rather than for the good of the nation. One of Shmeruk’s most interesting and far-reaching studies concerns the legend of Esterke, which exists in both Polish and Yiddish versions.

Obviously based on the biblical book of Esther, the story tells how the Polish king Casimir the Great () fell in love with a. Shmeruk published a version of this study in English: The Esterke Story in Yiddish and Polish Literature—A Case Study in the Mutual Relations of Two Cultural Traditions [Show full abstract.

In Polish literature, the story of Wanda has served as inspiration of several works, often. A Treatise on Poetry ( words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article book-length poem in Polish by Nobel Prize-winning poet Czesław "The Esterke Story in.

Poland" () Chone Shmeruk – "The Esterke Story in Yiddish and Polish Literature" Esther Chajka Esterka, Łódź Voivodeship Paradisus Judaeorum Sherwin History of Poles in Königsberg (2, words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article. Zachary Baker’s Essential Yiddish Books: Great Works from the Collection of the Yiddish Book Center is the most comprehensive catalogue published by the Yiddish Book Center, and one of the major works of post-War Yiddish bibliography.

It is important to clarify and reiterate at the outset that Baker’s bibliography is not a general list of the Essential Yiddish Books but a list. The Esterke story in Yiddish and Polish literature: a case study in the mutual relations of two cultural traditions Felietony, eseje, wywiady Fuks Marian, Prasa źydowska w.

As Monika Adamczyk-Garbowska has emphasized, Yiddish literature associated Kazimierz, along with its river, woods, and castles, with the legend about King Kazimierz the Great and Esterke, his Jewish wife, even though the town’s name is actually related to a different king—Kazimierz the Just (Kazimierz sprawiedliwy).

1 Chone Shmeruk. Shmeruk, Ch. (), The Esterke Story in Yiddish and Polish Literature: A Case Study in the Mutual Relations of Two Cultural Traditions, Jerusalem. Shivchei Baal Shem Tov im Sipurei Anshei Shem. of Esterke in Yiddish and Polish literature.

1 The motto consists of a statement expressed by the ghost of the great Yiddish writer Y. Peretz to the ghost of the Polish “national bard,” Adam Mickiewicz: “Ver du bist—dos veys ikh, nor ver ikh bin—dos veystu nisht” (“I.

Full text of "The history of Yiddish literature in the nineteenth century" See other formats. All these examples are a good illustration of the quotation from Aaron Zeidin's drama Esterke used by Chone Shmeruk as the motto in his pivotal comparative study on the image of Esterke in Yiddish and Polish literature.1 The motto consists of a statement expressed by the ghost of the great Yiddish writer Y.

Peretz to the ghost of the Polish. {xvi} {1} THE HISTORY OF YIDDISH LITERATURE IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY. INTRODUCTION. THE literatures of the early Middle Ages were bilingual. The Catholic religion had brought with it the use of the Latin language for religious and ethical purposes, and in proportion as the influence of the clergy was exerted on worldly matters, even profane learning found its expression.

Esterka refers to a mythical Jewish mistress of Casimir the Great, the historical King of Poland who reigned between and Medieval Polish and Jewish chroniclers considered the legend as historical fact and report a wonderful love story between the beautiful Jewess and the great monarch; the first account of Esterka can be found in scripts of the early Polish chronicler Jan Długosz.

This work references The Esterke Story in Yiddish and Polish Literature: A Case Study in the Mutual Relations of Two Cultural Traditions which unfortunately does not seem to be online.

I've seen tie-ins to Esterka in other sources as well (e.g. Janicka is quite explicit - but not only) - which also might be worthwhile to work into the article. Ke-minhag Ashkenaz u-Polin: sefer yovel le-Ḥana Shmeruḳ: ḳovets meḥḳarim be-tarbut Yehudit (Book); Le-zikhro shel Ḥone Shmeruḳ: devarim she-neʼemeru bi-melot 30 le-moto (Book); Ke-minhag Ashkenaz u-Polin: sefer yovel le-Ḥonah Shmeruḳ: ḳovets maʼamarim be-tarbut Yehudit (Book).

SHMERUK, The Esterke Story in Yiddish and Polish Literature, (Jerusalem, ). MALECKI, Jewish Trade in Cracow at the end of the XVI century and in the XVII, Selected Records from Cracow Customs Registers(Krakow, ).

2 We should remember that Polish literature and art evinced an interest in Jewish themes Th is is a single story, not an en-tire book. For a discussion of Zamarski’s version of the legend of Abraham Prochownik, see Bar-ItzhakCross-Cultural Narration in the Nineteenth Century: Jewish Folk Narratives Transcribed by a Polish Author: Haya Bar-Itzhak.

The English Catalog of The Dov Sadan Publishing Project: Books Published to Date 1. Preliminary Inventory of Yiddish Dailies and Periodicals Published in Poland Between the Two World Wars, by Yechiel Szeintuch and Vera Solomon, Jerusalem, Center for Research on the History and Culture of Polish Jews, Hebrew University,pages (Yiddish) + English introduction, xxii pages.

Building on, extending, and complicating the work of Chone Shmeruk, this article analyzes five literary accounts—two Hebrew and three Yiddish—of the love story between the Polish King Kazimierz the Great (–) and Esterke, a young Jewish maiden from Opoczno.

See also Chone Shmeruk, The Esterke Story in Yiddish and Polish Literature; A Case Study in the Mutual Relations of Two Cultural Traditions (Zalman Shazar Center; Jerusalem, ).

19 Bernard A Weinryb, The Jews in Poland, The Esterke Story in Yiddish and Polish Literature. Jerusalem Vakar N. Belorussia: the making of a nation, Cambridge, Mass.

Алпатов В. языков и политика. – Социологические проблемы СССР и постсоветского пространства. Москва The story of the play, Esterke, is about a Polish legend of a Polish King who falls in love with a Jewish woman about years ago (it is unclear if the story is true).

The original Yiddish words of the song are "Dana, dana, dana" (pronounced approximately like the female name "Donna" in English). legend exists among Poles, but in the Polish story, Esterke was Casimir's concubine. No historical evidence has been found to substantiate either story, but guides in Kraków continue to lead tourists to "Esterke's house." InJews were expelled from Kraków proper and required to live in the suburb of Kazimierz (Kuzmir).

In. Living in the s, the Indian Pdf of Polish history, Ringelblum, a writer and historian for both YIVO and the Joint Distribution Committee, was as besotted as the old king with Esterke’s.The folk literature of Polish Jews exists in many languages—Hebrew and Yiddish, of course, but also Polish, German, and Russian (An-Ski; Noy)—as is reflected in the sources on which the present volume draws.

All translations of the stories included in this volume are my own.In November "Di brider lurie" ebook staged in Warsaw. The reason for this production written by Ebook Prilutski in his book "Yiddish Theatre": "The play is a memorial for the old way of Jewish life, and this form of his is already dead today.

However, nevertheless, it is a weak play, not any drama. B.