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  • Pollock, Zaillig; University of Toronto and University of Toronto Libraries; Klein, A.M. (University of Toronto Libraries, 2000)
    This is the entry for A.M. Klein in Canadian Poetry Online, a web site of the University of Toronto Libraries. It contains a biography, bibliographies, and a selection of his poems. Click on the link above to access.
  • Guttenplan, D. D. (The Nation, 2014-01-29)
    An essay on a biography of Abraham Cahan entitled "The Rise of Abraham Cahan." The essay reviews the life of Cahan, who was the longtime editor of the Yiddish language "Forward." Click on the link above to access this ...
  • Lazarus, Emma (University of Michigan Library, 2005)
    Book of poems by Emma Lazarus. Click on the link above to see the University of Michigan Library catalog record and to view or download the book.
  • Thompson, Kathleen (Jewish Women's Archive, 2009-03-20)
    Brief biography of Adrienne Rich from "Jewish Women: A Comprehensive Historical Encyclopedia" on the website of the Jewish Women's Archive. Includes a bibliography of Rich's poems. Click on the link above to access the biography.
  • Poetry Foundation (Poetry Foundation, 2012)
    Short biography of poet Adrienne Rich produced by the Poetry Foundation. Includes a bibliography of Rich's poetry. Find links here to a selection of Rich's poetry and articles. Click on the link above to access the biography, ...
  • Academy of American Poets (Academy of American Poets, 2016-08-02)
    On this page you will find a short biography, a selected bibliography and links to three of Adrienne Rich's poems. Click on the link above to access.
  • Bellow, Saul (Viking Press, 1953)
    A well-known book by Saul Bellow. Click on the first link above to see the listing for this book in WorldCat. Type in your zip or postal code under Find a copy in the library to locate the book in a nearby library. Click ...
  • Hampton, Wilborn (New York Times, 1997-04-06)
    A biographical essay on the life and work of Allen Ginsberg. Click on the link above to access it.
  • The Pulitzer Prizes (The Pulitzer Prizes, 2017)
    The announcement of Michael Chabon as the 2001 Pulitzer Prize in Fiction Winner for his novel, The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay. Click on the link above to access the announcement.
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    Ginsberg, Allen (Poetry Foundation, 2017)
    A poem by Allen Ginsberg on the Poetry Foundation web site. Click on the link above to access.
  • Richler, Mordecai (Penguin Books, 2005)
    A well-known novel by Mordechai Richler. Click on the link to see the entry for it in WorldCat. To find it in a library near you, type your zip or postal code under the heading Find a copy in the library.
  • Ray, Michael (Encyclopædia Britannica, 2018)
    A Encyclopaedia Britannica biography of Art Speigelman, graphic novelist and Illustrator. Click on the link above to access the article.
  • Sherman, Joseph (YIVO Institute for Jewish Research, 2010-07-13)
    A biography of the writer Sholem Asch in the YIVO Encyclopedia of Jews in Eastern Europe. Born in Russian Poland, Asch became an American citizen in 1914. Click on the link above to access the biography.
  • Piercy, Marge (Poetry Foundation. Originally published by Alfred A. Knopf, 2006)
    A poem by the Jewish American writer Marge Piercy, on the occasion of Rosh Hashanah. Click on the link above to access.
  • Evers, Stuart (The Guardian, 2008-07-22)
    A short biographical polemic arguing for the continuing importance of Bernard Malamud, whose work earned him both a Pulitzer Prize and a National Book Award. Click on the link above to access the article.
  • Jewish Virtual Library (Jewish Virtual Library, 2018)
    A brief history of Jewish Canadian literature. Click on the link above to access the article.
  • Fox, Margalit (The New York Times, 2002-07-24)
    Obituary in The New York Times of writer and scholar, Chaim Potok. Click on the link to read the obituary.
  • Hellman, Lillian (YouTube, 2018-09-27)
    "The Children's Hour is a 1934 American play by Lillian Hellman. It is a drama set in an all-girls boarding school run by two women, Karen Wright and Martha Dobie. An angry student, Mary Tilford, runs away from the school ...
  • Doudna, Christine; Hellman, Lillian (Rolling Stone, 1977-02-24)
    An interview with the groundbreaking playwright, Lillian Hellman. Click on the link above to access.
  • Mendelsohn, Daniel (The New Yorker, 2017-06-06)
    A memoir/essay Mendelsohn wrote for the New Yorker magazine, describing this friendship with a French woman, whom he credited with turning him into a writer. Click on the link to read the essay.

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