Yiddishkeit: Jewish Vernacular and the New Land
is edited by Pekar and Paul Buhle. There's a preview waiting for you if you click the link embedded in this post's title. I can't wait to tell my ENGL 3327 class about it!
What are you waiting for? Mench up and stop being a putz! Go read it! ;)
Labels: Harvey Pekar, Jew, Jewish, judaica, Paul Buhle, Tablet, Yiddish, Yiddishkayt, Yiddishkeit