Yiddish 2367 Notes SP15
Yiddish 2367 Notes SP15 YIDDISH 2367
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Yiddish 2367 11315 Yiddish is related to German 0 Yiddish O O O O 0 1000 year old language Origination Germany 12 million speakers before WWII 85 ofJews killed spoke Yiddish 6 million speakers after WWII Mostly in the US Dangers to Yiddish languageculture Holocaust Assimilation 0 Yiddish in 2014 O O O O 00 Which Yiddish words do you know Germanic Language Close to German language Jews speak Yiddish Typically poorJews speak Yiddish RicherJews speak German Russian and English Yiddish in TV movies books newspapers Three Stooges Seinfeld Curb Your Enthusiasm Rugrats 30 Rock Family Guy Futurama Ashkenaz O O O Refers to an area of land in CentralEastern Europe Rhine River Area Highest population ofJews in the world before the Holocaust followed by the US Shtetl JewishYiddishNauzic people Any small town or village where Jewish people live Certain rules in order to make it a Shtetl Has to have 10 men 0 Clean water for ritual bath Hasidic Jews can live here 0 Right wing Religious Pious Jew Small middle class village 0 Difference between Ashkenaz and Yiddish Ashkenaz is the area Yiddish is the language Early 20th Century 0 Huge numbers of European immigrants especially on the Lower East Side 0 1880 250000 Jewish individuals 16 Jews is of Easter European descent o 1940 4000000 Jewish Individuals 0 Anti Semitism Henry Ford Applies to Jews Assimilation o Merging your culture with the greater culture around you cultural homogenization Positive 0 Gain a new heritage Negative 0 Loss of heritage Marxism o Favors the laborer 0 Jews were interested in this 0 State would oversee persecution Anzia Yezerska o Writer 0 Lived in Manhattan 0 Important to differentiate between author and narrator in a piece They re never the same person Common to model a narrator after an author 0 When a character uses their native tongue but they speak another language and they use their native tongue it s letting us into their inmost feelings 0 When she says dumb she means she doesn t speak the language 0 The reaction in America to Marxism is the practice of scienti c management 0 Whenever we get into the mind of the narrator we have to avoid speculation Creates fan ction Modernism 0 18405 and beyond 0 lndustrialism 12015 0 Forward was a popular newspaper Capital vs Lowercase o C vs c in communism the extent to which you hold those beliefs 0 Little letter Passive 0 Big letter Noun and big belief Forward was a little c communist o Wasn t explicitly supporting for revolution 0 Special because it was written in Yiddish 0 Editor Abraham Cahan Jew from Poland Learned English when he came to the States Published written creations 0 Fiction and non ction Bintl Brief Bundle of letters 0 Like quotDear Abbeyquot 0 Liftnik Elevator operator who was poor and not as literate Cahan would take literature and have the lifnik proof it over to see what was not relevant 0 Alternate papers who were strongly feeling Textiles 0 Anything to do with fabric where they Jews worked 0 LE Side 0 Lower East side of Manhattan 0 Where the factories were Piecework o The kind of work that the Jews did on the fabric Gimpel The Fool lsaac Bashevis Singer 0 Author 0 Quotes 0 Cannot light res on the Sabbath 0 quotBetter to be a fool all your days than to be evilquot Justi cation for how Gimpel lives His wife cheating makes himself look like a fool in order to not be a fool Apathy vs justi cation Decep on Applied Judaism Justi cation 0 Passenger characters Passengers in their own lives 0 Food Bread is linked as money Food can represent anything 0 Each character is supposed to nd their purpose for life 12215 Gimpel Tom Trust Religion and Belief Passenger character American and I has a passenger character too American dream Textiles Important because Jews with them and made them Clothing and fabric Hester Street 0 NYU student lm 0 How does the creator want the audience to feelthink o Shadkhn matchmakers o Kaddish Refers to a type of prayer you say in mourningdead Three types of making an argument 0 1 Pathos how the audience feels o 2 Ethos appeals to authority 0 3 Logos appeal to reasonlogic o FilmArt 0 Rule of thirds 0 Transition 0 Juxtaposition how the creator compares two things 0 Agency The ability to in uence and participate in your surroundings Code switching 0 Speak 1 language in 1 situation and another language in another situation Yiddish Poetry 0 In The Factory Morris Rosenfeld Sweatshop poets o In The Subway A Leyeles lntrospectivists sought to see art as language 00000 0 Terms Denotation o The actual de nition Connotation The way you hear certain words 0 You have to dive into what the author actually meant 25 0 Uncle Moses 0 Jake Philander Textiles American Dress Aspires to be Onkl Moses FOIL character vs Onlk Moses Became the boss 0 Charlie VVorker Marxism 0 Uncle Moses Filled the role of his dad Became his father 0 Which characters have the most growth Uncle Moses Started wealthy and infantile Doesn t want to be a pious Jew o Sholem Asch He was a playright Czernowicz Vaudeville Style of performance and show 0 Variety show 0 Traveling show 0 White face and dark features with makeup came from this show 0 PreWriting 0 Mind map 0 Outline
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