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  • “Ikh bin geven a mol a yingling” [I was once a lad] begins a Yiddish poem of the same name.

    Yiddish Literature in the United States.

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    Dan Geldon: Why is Anyone Listening to Ed Yingling?

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    Dan Geldon: Why is Anyone Listening to Ed Yingling?

  • This poem, now known primarily in English translation (where yingling may be translated as youth, lad, boy, youngling), begins as though it were looking back, perhaps nostalgically, to the speaker’s youth.

    Yiddish Literature in the United States.

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