[Mendele] Mendele Personal Notices & Announcements--Article in Frankfurter Allgemeine on the Yiddish Theater GOSET

Victor Bers victor.bers at yale.edu
Sat Jan 29 22:03:30 EST 2011

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January 29, 20100

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Date: Sun, 2 Jan 2011 17:25:07 +0100
From: "Peter Gutmann, MA" <pegu1 at web.de>
Subject: Artikl vegn GOSET in "Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung" (daytshish)

am 24stn detsember hot di tsaytung "Frankfurter Allgemeine" a groysn 
artikl (1 zayt mit a groysn bild) publitsirt vegn yidishn teater GOSET. 
deriker der badayt fun die verter "jiddisch" un "jdisch" (bayde far 
teater, sprakhn, shtikn, mentshn!) iz zeyer interesant in daytshishn 
tekst. ir kent koyfn dem artikl far 1 eyro (iuro?) bay: 
http://fazarchiv.faz.net/ (zukht nokh "Tragdie mit Gesang und Tanz").
Peter Gutmann

After my very basic Yiddish, here a slightly more fluent English version 
(to be on the safe side, so to say): The German Newspaper "Frankfurter 
Allgemeine Zeigung" published an article on the GOSET on 24.12.10. There 
is no apparent reason why they would have done so, but, I think, 
especially the use of both "jiddisch" and "jdisch" when writing about the 
theatre, the language, the repertoire and the people, make this article 
worth reading. If you read German and have no access to the FAZ- copy in 
question, you can buy the article for 1 Euro at their archive here: 
http://fazarchiv.faz.net/ (search term: "Tragdie mit Gesang und Tanz").

Best wishes,
Peter Gutmann
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