An intermediate and advanced textbook, Yiddish II teaches the rules of Standard Yiddish and also provides the student with a view of the language in the process of change.
The book champions the approach of those linguists who search for, and promote, the unique features of Yiddish, as exemplified by the approaches of Ber Borokhov, Noyekh Prilutski, Zalmen Reyzen and Nokhem Shtif.
Hardcover book 1995
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