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- DescriptionWritten with rage and passion about her own journey to creative self-fulfilment against the odds, the vel begins in the hermetic, traditional world of Polish Jewry before the first World War. Deborah is the daughter of an unworldly rabbi. Talented and ambitious but condemned to household chores, Deborah frets that she is t allowed to receive the same education and opportunities as her brothers. She fails in love with a communist but then an arranged marriage is proposed...This is a classic that scholars and fans of the Singers continually refer to for its authentic account of life in the Singer household and the struggle of Esther Kreitman to be free. Deborah was first published in Warsaw in Yiddish in 1936 and later translated by her son Maurice Carr into English in 1946 and published by W.G Foyle. It was republished by Virago in 1983 when her work was still unkwn.
- Author BiographyEsther Kreitman (1891-1954), born Bilgoray in Poland, lived most of her adult in London. See Blitz and other stories (David Paul 2004). She published one other novel Brilyantyn (Diamonds) in Poland in 1944. Diamonds will be published in 2005 by David Paul in a first-ever English translation. Ilan Stavans edited the 3-volume Bashevis Singer: Collected Stories in 2004 under the aegis of the Library of America and edited The Oxford Book of Jewish Stories in 1998.
- Author(s)Esther Kreitman
- PublisherDavid Paul
- Date of Publication13/08/2004
- SubjectGeneral & Literary Fiction
- Place of PublicationLondon
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- ImprintDavid Paul
- Width140 mm
- Height216 mm
- Spine30 mm
- Translated byMaurice Carr
- Introduction byIlan Stavans
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