By Menachem Mendel Frieden
This amazing memoir through Menachem Mendel Frieden illuminates Jewish event in all 3 of the main major facilities of Jewish lifestyles throughout the overdue 19th and early 20th centuries. It chronicles Frieden's early years in jap Europe, his next migration to the us, and, eventually, his cost in Palestine in 1921. The memoir looks right here translated from its unique Hebrew, edited and annotated by means of Frieden's grandson, the historian Lee Shai Weissbach.
Frieden's tale presents a window onto Jewish existence in an period that observed the encroachment of contemporary principles right into a conventional society, nice streams of migration, and the venture of Jewish state construction in Palestine. The memoir follows Frieden's scholar lifestyles within the yeshivas of jap Europe, the practices of peddlers within the American South, and the complexities of British coverage in Palestine among the 2 global Wars. This first-hand account calls recognition to a couple frequently missed features of the trendy Jewish event and offers useful perception into the background of the time.
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Extra resources for A Jewish Life on Three Continents The Memoir of Menachem Mendel Frieden
Because the available Hebrew version of the Frieden memoir contains so many composition and transcription problems, in the course of translating the document I have made many small corrections and minor editorial changes in grammar, punctuation, and sentence structure. I have added or removed the conjunction “and” as necessary for smooth transitions, for example, and I have generally put the text into the past tense unless there was some good reason not to do so. Although I have retained a few errors of grammar here and there in order to help convey a sense of Frieden’s writing style, in many places I have corrected pronoun usage or replaced ambiguous pronouns with nouns.
Incomplete sentences abound in the text, as do run-on sentences and ones in which pronouns do not agree with their subjects or lack clear antecedents altogether. In this respect, Frieden’s composition style may have been influenced by the linguistic idiosyncrasies of the Talmud with which he was so familiar. 2 1. Goren-Goldstein Diaspora Research Center file number T-11/263. 2. On issues related to the translation of the Talmud, see, for example, Norman Solomon, “Making Talmud Intelligible” in Report of the Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies, 2008–2009 (Oxford, 2009), 71–84.
2 1. Goren-Goldstein Diaspora Research Center file number T-11/263. 2. On issues related to the translation of the Talmud, see, for example, Norman Solomon, “Making Talmud Intelligible” in Report of the Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies, 2008–2009 (Oxford, 2009), 71–84. xxix xxx Note on Translation and Editing Other problems that impeded the work of translating Frieden’s memoir include his profuse use of “and” to begin sentences or to string together passages that should have been separated, and his tendency to alternate between past and present tense almost at random.