Item 8299. OUT OF BONDAGE

OUT OF BONDAGE

London; Hendersons, 1919. Hardcover. Item #34733

Original Cloth. 8vo. XII, 159 pages. 20 cm. First edition. A collection of articles, edited by Leon Simon, of articles by Shmarya Levin originally written in Hebrew and Yiddish and published in the American-Jewish press, translated by Nellia Straus and Philip Raskin. Contains numerous polemics on Hebrew, Yiddishists, Jewish Nationalism, assimilationists and anti-assimilationists, and Zionist philosophy and practice. Shmarya Levin (Shemaryahu; 1867–1935) , “Zionist leader, Hebrew and Yiddish author. Born in Svisloch, Belorussia, Levin joined Hibbat Zion in his youth, was one of Ahad Ha-Am's adherents, becoming a member of the Benei Moshe society. … A small selection of his articles appeared in English entitled Out of Bondage (1919) . ” - 2008 EJ. From the library of leading Jewish bibliographer Joshua Bloch, with laid in articles: two cut out Yiddish articles by Shmarya Levin, one english language review of this publiction (out of bondage) , and two more articles in English concerning the ideas of Levin on Moses Hess. Subjects: Zionism. Jews. Light soiling to outer edges. Jacket is missing portions in various spots; binding slightly bowed; otherwise very clean and fresh, pages uncut, never before read. Good condition in Fair jacket. (ZION-5-1).

Price: $100.00

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