New York, Schocken Books [1962, c1952], 452 pages
This monograph can be regarded as a primary source on Eastern European Jewish culture, based, as all primary sources are in anthropology, on first-hand observation of, and listening to, living human beings.
LibraryThing member rondoctor
Excellent sociological/anthropological study of Jewish life in 19th century eastern Europe. There are many editions of this book. The most recent was published in 2007.
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0805200207 / 9780805200201
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