For decades, writers have celebrated the fruitful dialogue between English and Yiddish. Here Gene Bluestein introduces Anglicized Yiddish, in which a Yiddish word is integrated into English and English into Yiddish. Featuring the words of some of America's most distinguished voices, this updated second edition reveals the ways Yiddish has transformed the American language.Yiddish in American Life and Literature Gene Bluestein. check for $14.75 on the occasion of ... Go, as the Jews themselves say, figureaquot; (TLS, 7 March 1997). Goniffa see GANif. goot YUHNtif Happy holiday. From the Yiddish goot (good), andanbsp;...
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