Abraham Cahan

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Abraham Cahan, per ludibrium Abe appellatus (7 Iulii 186031 Augusti 1951), fuit editor diariorum, scriptor mythistoriarum, et politicus socialisticus Iudaeoamericanus, in Ruthenia Alba natus.[1] Condidit et edidit Jewish Daily Forward ('Progressus Quotidianus Iudaeus'), diarium socialisticum et ducem artis diurnariorum Iudaeogernanicorum in Civitatibus Foederatis.

Opera selecta[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • "A Dream No Longer," New York Call 11(129), 31 Maii 1918, p. 6.
  • The Rise of David Levinsky. Harper Torch Books (1917; 1945; 1960)
  • The Education of Abraham Cahan. = Bleter Fun Mein Leben, 2 vol., a Leon Stein, Abraham Conan, et Lynn Davison conversa Philadelphiae: Jewish Publication Society of America, 1969.

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Sanford E. Marovitz, Abraham Cahan (Novi Eboraci: Twayne Publishers, 1996), 1–5.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Epstein, Melech. 1965. Profiles of Eleven. Detroiti: Wayne State University Press.
  • Howe, Irving. 1989. World of Our Fathers. Novi Eboraci: Harcourt.
  • Lipsky, Seth. 2013. The Rise of Abraham Cahan. Novi Eboraci: Nextbook/Schocken.
  • Sanders, Ronald. 1987. The Lower East Side Jews: An Immigrant Generation. Mineolae Novi Eboraci: Dover Publications.
  • Sorin, Gerald. 1985. The Prophetic Minority: American Jewish Immigrant Radicals, 1880-1920. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
  • Strother, French/ "Abraham Cahan, A Leader of the Jews," The World's Work 26:470-474.
  • Wexelstein, Leon. 1926. "Abraham Cahan," The American Mercury 9(33) (Sept.), pp. 88–94.

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