November 17 secular jew

November 17 secular jew - November 17, 2009- trick pop quiz...

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November 17, 2009- trick pop quiz next class Yiddish- in the history of the jews in the diasporic. Living in various countries where they are a minority. Yiddish has german grammer beneath it. With many Slavic words. Hebrew rods too- might have two words with the same meaning- synonym- Buch and sefer- buch= german and sefer = Hebrew Mamaloschon= mother language Fusion language vs. pure language- Fusion language kept jews from integrating. Religious jews used Yiddish and usedhebrew in the liturgy. In the heder Yiddish was used a lot. Yiddish was known as the women language and Hebrew was the man language. Jewish women were not taught Hebrew and did not learn Hebrew. Most women could not read Hebrew, so there weas woman who woud read the prayers and keep women. Hasidism used Yiddish for the folk stories. Shalom Alechem, Mendele Mocher Sforim, Izaak Peretz= famouse yiddsh writers. Parents wanted their kids to learn to speak English- religious jews tend to keep using Yiddish. Revolution October 1917, Communists actually supported Yiddish- but if you
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This note was uploaded on 12/01/2009 for the course JWST-121 Jwst-121 taught by Professor Professorcohen during the Spring '09 term at Tulane.

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