Definition of Sholom Asch
1. Noun. United States writer (born in Poland) who wrote in Yiddish (1880-1957).
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Literary usage of Sholom Asch
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1. The Drama of Transition: Native and Exotic Playcraft by Isaac Goldberg (1922)
"Sholom Asch Asch is to-day one of the most widely read of the Yiddish writers and at the same time one of the most naturally gifted. His prose, at its best, ..."
2. Library Journal by American Library Association, Library Association (1922)
"In Russia David Bergelson arid Sholom Asch are its prominent progenitors: the novel of the latter, "Molke the Vagabond." has just appeared in English ..."
3. Foreign Plays in English: A List of Translations in the New York Public Library by New York Public library, Daniel Carl Haskell (1920)
"The god of vengeance, drama in three acts, by Sholom Asch; authorized translation from the Yiddish, with introduction and notes by Isaac Goldberg. ..."
4. Theatre Arts by Society of Arts and Crafts, Detroit (1918)
"... under the direction of Gustav Blum, produced in February at the Lenox Little Theatre in New York the following bill: Winter by Sholom Asch, ..."
5. Uncle Moses: A Novelby Sholem Asch by Sholem Asch (1920)
"... UNCLE MOSES A Novel BY Sholom Asch Authorized Translation from the Yiddish by ISAAC GOLDBERG NEW YORK EP BUTTON & CO. ..."
6. Poet Lore (1921)
"The God of Vengeance of Sholom Asch proved a moderate exception, but on the whole, the only asylum for worthy plays was to be had in the amateur dramatic ..."