By Linda Zeveloff
Feeling at Home on the Range in Jewish Wyoming
The fences bordering ranches in Laramie, Wyoming are always dotted with tumbleweed, that pesky, thorny, seemingly dead bush that blows around the prairie, getting caught on anything in its way. It is an iconic symbol of the American West, but it is actually an imported species from Eurasia, named Russian thistle. Like the tumbleweed, I,…
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צו שלום־עליכמס יאָרצײַט — אַן אַרטיקל פֿון אַ מאַראָקאַנישער צײַטונג אין 1916For Sholem Aleichem’s yortsayt — an article from a Moroccan newspaper in 1916
דער מחבר פֿונעם פֿראַנצייזישן אַרטיקל האָט געלעבט אין אַ נישט־אַשכּנזישער סבֿיבֿה אָבער איז געװען באַהאַװנט אין דער ייִדישער ליטעראַטור.
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