8 edition of Reader"s encyclopedia of Eastern European literature found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Robert B. Pynsent ; with the assistance of S.I. Kanikova.|
|Contributions||Pynsent, Robert B., Kanikova, S. I. 1954-|
|LC Classifications||PN849.E9 R38 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 605 p. :|
|Number of Pages||605|
|LC Control Number||93002953|
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Get this from a library. Reader's encyclopedia of Eastern European literature. [Robert B Pynsent; S I Kanikova;] -- Includes brief histories of the oral traditions and literatures of Eastern Europe and biographies of leading figures.
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(Sonia I.), Publication date Pages: Completely revised and updated, this fourth edition captures the diversity of today's canon, with greater attention to African-American, Eastern, Middle Eastern, African, South American, Eastern European and women's literature.
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Yiddish literature culminated in the period from toinspired by modernization and then severely diminished by the arose in Europe out of a tradition that gave precedence to Hebrew prayers, commentaries, and scripture.
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