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Apelfeld, Aharon


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    • us: Apelfeld, A. (Aharon)
    • us: Appelfeld, A.
    • us: Appelfeld, Aarón
    • us: Appelfeld, Aharon
    • us: Applefeld, Aaron
    • us: Appelʹfelʹd, Akharon
    • us: Аппельфельд, Ахарон
    • us: Аппельфельд, Аарон
    • us: אפלפלד, א.
    • us: אפלפלד, אהרן
    • us: אפלפלד, אהרון
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    • Appelfeld, Aron
  • Sources

    • found: His ʻAshan, 1962:title page (Aharon Apelfeld)
    • found: Kefor ʻal ha-arets, 1965:title page (Aharon Apelfeld [in rom.])
    • found: His Badenheim 1939, 1981:CIP galley t.p. (Aharon Appelfeld)
    • found: His Ritspat esh, c1988:t.p. (Aharon Apelfeld) t.p. verso (A. Appelfeld [in rom.])
    • found: His Tiempos prodigiosos, 1980:t.p. (Aarón Appelfeld)
    • found: His Pora chudes, 1984:t.p. (Akharon Appelʹfelʹd)
    • found: Rattok, L. Bayit ʻal belimah, 1989:t.p. (A. Apelfeld)
    • found: Info. converted from 678, 2012-10-02(b. 1932)
    • found: Wikipedia, November 12, 2013(Aharon Appelfeld (Hebrew: אהרן אפלפלד&#ר200ו;) (born February 16, 1932) is an Israeli novelist. Appelfeld is one of Israel's foremost living Hebrew-language authors, despite the fact that he did not learn the language until he was a teenager. His mother tongue is German, but he also speaks Yiddish, Ukrainian, Russian, English and Italian. With his subject matter revolving around the Holocaust and the sufferings of the Jews in Europe, he could not bring himself to write in German)
    • found: New York times WWW site, viewed Jan. 4, 2018(Aharon Appelfeld; b. Feb. 16, 1932, in a town near Czernowitz, in what is now Ukraine but what was then Romania; escaped a labor camp in Ukraine and spent the next three years as a shepherd working for various peasants and always concealing his Jewish identity, then joined the Soviet Army as a cook's helper; after months in a refugee camp in Italy, he made his way in 1946 to what was then the British mandate of Palestine; d. Thursday [Jan. 4, 2018], Petah Tikva, near Tel Aviv, aged 85; acclaimed Israeli novelist who wrote disturbing, obliquely told stories of self-deluded Jews slowly awakening to the reality of the Holocaust)
  • LC Classification

    • PJ5054.A755
  • Editorial Notes

    • [Machine-derived non-Latin script reference project.]
    • [Non-Latin script references not evaluated.]
    • [Former hdg. (Appelfeld, Aharon) coded "AACR2 compatible" per LCRI 22.1, category 2), g).]
  • Change Notes

    • 1980-03-13: new
    • 2018-01-04: revised
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