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by David Grupper

Author: David Grupper
Language: English
Publisher: Random House Childrens Books (November 1, 1984)
Pages: 40 pages
Category: For children
Rating: 4.7
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Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780805207491.

Destination, rates & speeds. 2. The Paper Shtetl : A Complete Model of an East European Jewish Town Grupper, David and Klein, David G. David Grupper; David G. Klein. ISBN 10: 080520749X ISBN 13: 9780805207491.

Paper Shtetl, a Complete Model of an East European Jewish Town, in the Kemnitzer Paper Model Collection (courtesy of David A. Kemnitzer, architect; photo by National Building Museum staff). Each of the buildings in Around the World in 80 Paper Models, which is part of the museum’s ongoing collection-focused Cool & Collected series, offers a personal connection to a place.

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A title like The Paper Shtetl: A Complete Model of an East European Jewish Town (Schocken Books, 1984) by David Grupper and David G. Klein gets you started. Filled with wonderfully illustrated models to cut out, the book gets you building your own paper shtetl

A title like The Paper Shtetl: A Complete Model of an East European Jewish Town (Schocken Books, 1984) by David Grupper and David G. Filled with wonderfully illustrated models to cut out, the book gets you building your own paper shtetl. Just cut and tape, and you are back in 19th-century Eastern Europe - albeit a smaller version

A small-scale model of the shtetl, the small East European town . 19 under the title ''The Paper Shtetl. The authors of this book designed for the careful clipper are David Grupper and David G.

A small-scale model of the shtetl, the small East European town inhabited largely by Yiddish- speaking Jews in the old days, will soon be at your fingertips, a past that can be recalled with a scissors. The project, financed by Schocken Books, will be published Dec. It is different from most other publications of Schocken, a house that often runs into deep-thought Kafka, philosophy and Judaica. Mr. Grupper, 29 years old, is a graphic artist whose forebears hail from Bessarabia and Poland.

The shtetl, home of most East European Jews for several centuries, has been the subject of endless romantic . This book reminds me of another book I treasure - "Outwitting History - the Amazing Adventures of a Man Who Rescued a Million Yiddish Books

The shtetl, home of most East European Jews for several centuries, has been the subject of endless romantic re-creations in the American Jewish corpus. Finally a serious historian of Russian Jewry gives us a well-documented but still lively and fascinating picture of this lost world. This book reminds me of another book I treasure - "Outwitting History - the Amazing Adventures of a Man Who Rescued a Million Yiddish Books. Also a book by an author, who, like Mr. Petrovsky-Stern, played Indiana Jones to save what could be saved of our culture and heritage. I can't wait to delve more deeply into this book and I will savor every word.

The shtetl was home to two-thirds of East Europe's Jews in the eighteenth and .

The shtetl was home to two-thirds of East Europe's Jews in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, yet it has long been one of the most neglected and misunderstood chapters of the Jewish experience. This book provides the first grassroots social, economic, and cultural history of the shtetl. He reconstructs the rich social tapestry of these market towns, showing how Russian clerks put the shtetl on the empire's map, and chronicling how shtetl Jews traded widely, importing commodities from France, Austria, Prussia, and even the Ottoman Empire.

This is A Complete Model of an East European Jewish Town, by David Grupper and David G. Klein, with over 40 Pieces to Assemble. This book is listed as Used--Like New, but it is actually in New condition.