[Mendele] Mendele Personal Notices & Announcements--Cherry-Garrard's "The Worst Journey in the World" af idish

Victor Bers victor.bers at yale.edu
Thu Nov 6 15:40:07 EST 2008

MENDELE Yiddish Language and Literature
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Nov. 6, 2008

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From: barry_goldstein at post.harvard.edu
Subject: di vinter-nesie: di ergste nesie af der velt

ikh hob ibergezetst a kapitl fun _The Worst Journey in the World_ fun 
Apsley Cherry-Garrard, a rirndike un shpanendike mayse, a klasishe verk 
fun der heldisher tkufe fun geografishe forsh-ekspeditsies (vegn Scotts 
letster nesie 1910-1913).

dos kapitl, "di vinter-nesie", bashraybt take di ergste (frayvilike) nesie 
af der velt: finf vokhn in mitn antarktishn vinter, ontsuklaybn eyer fun 
di  keyser- pengvinen. (far vos? davke tsulib visnshaft, ober nokh protim 
darft ir leyenen di iberzetsung.)

der Scott Polar Research Institute hot mir lsof gegebn drukrekht-
derloybenish, iz di iberzetsung itst nor vos aroys fun "gadles-farlag".
me ken zi gefinen do af der internets:


a toyznt mol a dank leye robinsonen far ir hilf mit der arbet.

hot hanoe!

berish goldshteyn
barry_goldstein at post.harvard.edu

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