A Life in Yiddish: Adventures of a Translator-Poet

Poet Richard Fein will read in the Poetry Center. Read more.

Everything We've Got: A Personal Anthology of Yiddish by Richard Fein

Wednesday, April 14, 2010
4:15 pm   Poetry Reading
Smith College Poetry Center

The event is presented by the department of Jewish Studies and is free, open to the public, and wheelchair accessible. For more information, please consult the Smith College Poetry Center website.

Link to past SC Libraries Poetry Center Readings resource pages.

Richard Fein, Professor Emeritus of English, SUNY, New Paltz is the author of seven volumes of poetry, including Kafka's Ear, winner of the Maurice English Award. His latest book. With Everything We've Got: A Personal Anthology of Yiddish, is a collection of translations of Yiddish poetry from Eastern Europe, the Americas, and the Soviet Union that also includes original poems inspired by his favorite Yiddish poets. In addition, Fein has published a memoir of Yiddish (The Dance of Leah), translated a volume into English by the leading American Yiddish modernist poet Yankev Glatshteyn, and authored a critical study on Robert Lowell. He served as Fulbright Professor of American Literature at the University of Madras.

Search by AUTHOR to locate <Fein, Richard J.> in the Five College Library Catalog.

 

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Biography

 

    Biography Resource Center
    Includes entry from Contemporary Authors Online, 2002.

Online Texts

 

    Expanded Academic Index
    Search by keyword for <Richard Fein> to find or link to poems, articles, and reviews.
    Use SC Links to connect to full text.

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