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Questions tagged [isaac-bashevis-singer]

Questions about the Polish-born Jewish writer Isaac Bashevis Singer (1902 – 1991) and his works. He wrote novels such as 'The Magician of Lublin' (English translation, 1960), short stories and a number of autobiographical works. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1978. Use this tag with the [yiddish-literature] tag.

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Did Isaac Bashevis Singer write only in Yiddish, or also in English?

While researching another question, a couple of us have found what appears to be a contradiction in the Wikipedia page for Isaac Bashevis Singer. The introductory section of the article says: He ...
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What's happening at the end of "Pigeons" by Isaac Bashevis Singer?

The final paragraph of Isaac Bashevis Singer's short story "Pigeons" goes like this: The following morning broke autumn-like and drab. The skies hung low and rusty. The smoke of the ...
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