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Anna Margolin, 1903

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Rosa Lebensboim, known as Anna Margolin in 1903. Critics claim she authored the finest Yiddish poetry of the early twentieth century.

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Rosa Lebensboim, known as Anna Margolin in 1903. Critics claim she authored the finest Yiddish poetry of the early twentieth century.

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"Allegra Maud Goldman" Front Cover by Edith Konecky

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The front cover of the 25th anniversary edition of Edith Konecky's Allegra Maud Goldman: A Novel, with an introduction by Tillie Olsen, a foreword by Alix Kates Shulman, and an afterword by Bella Brodzki.

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The front cover of the 25th anniversary edition of Edith Konecky's Allegra Maud Goldman: A Novel, with an introduction by Tillie Olsen, a foreword by Alix Kates Shulman, and an afterword by Bella Brodzki.

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Sue Kaufman

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Sue Kaufman.
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Sue Kaufman.

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Beatrice Kaufman, 1943

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Writer and playwright Beatrice Kaufman in 1934.

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Writer and playwright Beatrice Kaufman in 1934.


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"An Estate of Memory" by Ilona Karmel

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Cover of Ilona Karmel's An Estate of Memory, published in 1969.
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Cover of Ilona Karmel's An Estate of Memory, published in 1969.

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Ruth Prawer Jhabvala and William Phillips, 1962

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Writer Ruth Prawer Jhabvala and William Phillips at a 1962 PEN meeting in New Delhi.
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Writer Ruth Prawer Jhabvala and William Phillips at a 1962 PEN meeting in New Delhi.

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Jamaica Kincaid and Yelena Akhtiorskaya

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Jamaica Kincaid and Yelena Akhtiorskaya.
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Jamaica Kincaid and Yelena Akhtiorskaya.

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