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ROSKIES situated in the heder, in the house of study bein minhzahle-ma'ariv, in the hasidic shtibl, or closer still-in the realm of the human conscious. So close, and yet, so far. it was easier, in fact, for this generation of moderns to drain swamps in Palestine or to organize tallith weavers into a labor union than to turn folklore and fantasy into the substance of their art. No wonder, then, that two writers who successfully remade themselves into modern Jewish storytellers became canonical figures on the strength of their stylized fictions.
Reminik, "Sholem-Aleykhem in kampf far realizm in di 80er yorn," Shtern (Minsk), nos. 5-6 (1938): 122-148. 4. Dan Miron, A TravelerDisguised: A Study in the Rise of YiddishFiction in the Nineteenth Century (New York, 1971), chap. 2. 5. The following survey of myth and fantasy in Hebrew literature from the Haskalah until the turn of the century is based on Dan Miron, Bo'ah, laylah: ha-sifrut ha-'ivrit bein higayyon l'ee-gayyon be-mifneh ha-me'ah ha-'esrim (Tel Aviv: Dvir, 1987), esp. pp. 11-22, 86-96.
Trunk, Sholem-Aleykhem: zayn vezn un zayne verk (Warsaw, 1937), pp. 41-47, and David G. Roskies, "The Storyteller as Hero," The New Republic, 9 November 1987. 30. Sholem Aleichem, A mayse on an ek (Warsaw, 1901). " References to the Yiddish text (Y) are from "Der farkishefter shnayder" in Mayses un monologn, vol. 13 of the Progres ed. (Warsaw, 1913), pp. 3-51. The English trans. (E) by Leonard Wolf is in The Best ofSholom Aleichem, ed. Irving Howe and Ruth R. Wisse (New York, 1982), pp. 3-46. SHOLEM ALEICHEM 37 wreak havoc in the world of experience.
Ajs Review, 1988: Nos 1 and 2 by Robert Chazan