The Golden Peacock: The Voice of the Yiddish Writer is a bilingual, multi-genre compilation of Yiddish literature with a rich assortment of poetry, song and prose from a variety of writers reading their own work. Among the notable women here: Celia Dropkin, Rokhl Korn, Kadya Molodowsky and Beyle Schaechter-Gottesman. The Yiddish is followed by readings of the English translations. Edited and produced by Yiddish teacher and scholar Sheva Zucker, the recording, available in 2 CDs and/or a digital download, is accompanied by a 135-page book with the text of each work in Yiddish and in English translation. Available for $30 for the book, CDs and/or digital download, and shipping within U.S. Sheva Zucker at email@example.com or israelbookship.com.
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