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Moscow to Publish Novel of Yiddish Author ‘liquidated’ by Stalin

August 11, 1964
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The publication this year in the Soviet Union of two Yiddish anthologies has been announced in the Soviet Yiddish magazine “Sovietish Heimland,” according to reports reaching here today.

The first will contain the work of 20 poets, essayists and journalists on Jewish life in the Soviet Union. The second bock will be an anthology of present-day Yiddish poetry in the Soviet Union. The publication of both volumes will be sponsored by “Sovietish Heimland.” Also announced at the same time was the forthcoming publication of a hitherto unpublished novel by the Jewish writer Peretz Markish, who was “liquidated” during the Stalin era.

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