Siberia - A Poem by Abraham Sutzkever [SIGNED BY AUTHOR WITH DEDICATION].  
  Translated from the Yiddish and introduced by Jacob Sonntag.  

Author Sutzkever, Abraham [Sutskever, Avrom] / Sonntag, Jacob [Tr. & Intr.] / Chagall, Marc [Illustrations.]
Place of Publication London / New York / Toronto
Publication Name Aberlard-Schuman
Year 1961
Language(s) English
SIGNED BY ABRAHAM SUTZKEVER WITH DEDICATION IN YIDDISH dated 1962. Avrom Sutskever (1913-2010), one of the greatest 20th-century Yiddish poets, spent five years in Siberia as a child and began publishing pieces of "Siberia" already in 1936, when he was just twenty-three years old. This beautiful large-format edition of the enchanting poem in an excellent English translation contains drawings and a letter on the poem by one of the pioneers of modernism in art Marc Chagall (1887-1985). 330x245mm. 46 pages [+2]. Blue cloth Hardcover. Cover corners and spine edges bumped. Spine yellowing/faded. Pages bottom corner slightly wrinkled. [SUMMARY]: This rare edition of an exquisite Yiddish poem, a fruit of collaboration between a major 20th-century Jewish poet and a great artist, is overall in good condition.
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Catalog Index Number MS 26 53

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