S. Ansky played a seminal role in the establishment of modern Jewish fiction. This generous collection of his work includes the classic drama, The Dybbuk, a haunting tale of ill-fated love, possession, and exorcism in an Eastern European village.
Edited by David G. Roskies, this volume presents The Dybbuk, S. Ansky's well-known drama of mystical passion and demonic possession, along with little-known works of his autobiographical and fantastical prose fiction and an excerpt from his four-volume chronicle of the Eastern Front in the First World War, The Destruction of Galacia.
Paperback book 1996
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