Read On The Landing By Yenta Mash Natus Physiotherapy.co.uk A Yiddish Book Center Translation In These Sixteen Stories, Available In English For The First Time, Prize Winning Author Yenta Mash Traces An Arc Across Continents, Across Upheavals And Regime Changes, And Across The Phases Of A Woman S Life Mash S Protagonists Are Often In Transit, Poised On The Landing On Their Way To Or From Somewhere Else In Imaginative, Poignant, And Relentlessly Honest Prose, Translated From The Yiddish By Ellen Cassedy, Mash Documents The Lost World Of Jewish Bessarabia, The Texture Of Daily Life Behind The Iron Curtain In Soviet Moldova, And The Challenges Of Assimilation In Israel On The Landing Opens By Inviting Us To Join A Woman Making Her Way Through Her Ruined Hometown, Recalling The Colorful Customs Of Yesteryear And The Night When Everything Changed We Then Travel Into The Soviet Gulag, Accompanying Women Prisoners Into The Fearsome Forests Of Siberia In Postwar Soviet Moldova, We See How The Jewish Community Rebuilds Itself On The Move Once , We Join Refugees Struggling To Find Their Place In Israel Finally, A Late Life Romance Brings A Blossoming Of Joy Drawing On A Lifetime Of Repeated Uprooting, Mash Offers An Intimate Perch From Which To Explore Little Known Corners Of The Twentieth And Early Twenty First Centuries A Master Chronicler Of Exile, She Makes A Major Contribution To The Literature Of Immigration And Resilience, Adding Her Voice To Those Of Jhumpa Lahiri, W G Sebald, Andr Aciman, And Viet Thanh Nguyen Mash S Literary Oeuvre Is A Brave Achievement, And Her Work Is Urgently Relevant Today As Displaced People Seek Refuge Across The Globe.
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- 192 pages
- On the Landing
- Yenta Mash
- 14 January 2018 Yenta Mash