My Yiddische Mama; Anecdotes from the life of a Jewish mother. Author: Kreitzer, Ann. Notes: The boards are slightly rubbed.
My Yiddische Mama; Anecdotes from the life of a Jewish mother. The boards are slightly rubbed. Internally clean and tightly bound. Condition: Used: Excellent.
ISBN13:9780620155687. Release Date:January 1991.
A Yiddishe Mama (A Jewish Mama)": klezmer version by the Maxwell Street Klezmer Band. Hemar's lyrics are not a translation of the original text, rather, they are a tragic story of a Jewish mother in Poland and her son who immigrated to America. My Yiddishe Momme (Egy őszhajú asszony) instrumental version by Hungarian guitarist Faragó "Judy" István. Hungarian lyrics by G. Dénes György, sung by Fényes Kató, Vámosi János and others. This version was prominently featured in the Hungarian film Eldorado (1988). My Yiddishe Mama by Yosef Rosenblatt. The song was included in the 1965 Horst Jankowski album The Genius of Jankowski!
I thought that tired and distasteful canard had been put to rest. Yes, I had a Jewish mother, but no, she didn’t overfeed me or my siblings. Suffering is not unique to Jews; almost everyone’s ancestors knew fear and hunger.
The Jewish mother feels her job isn't done even after death . Chronicling biblical Jewish mothers to modern-day Yentls, she creates a compendium using celebrity interviews, anecdotes, humor, and scholarly sources to answer these questions with truth and humor. Contributors to the book range from Dr. Ruth Gruber and Rabbi Bonnie Koppel to Jackie Mason, Amy Borkowsky, John Stossel, Lainie Kazan, and more. "The definitive source on Jewish mothers. -Eileen Warshaw, P. executive director of the Jewish Heritage Center of the Southwest.
Results from Google Books. You're never too dead to be a Jewish mother .
Many Jewish Mother stereotypes are about intrusion, child-first . Stetl life has molded the Jewish Mother and daughters into a wonderful way of life. The anecdotes are so true and brought to mind memories of Jewish mothers that I knew.
Many Jewish Mother stereotypes are about intrusion, child-first suffocation, lack of boundaries. Yet these "traits" are also the very qualities: protection, education, nourishment and survival, during pogroms, throughout the Holocaust and other incalculable calamities, that have kept us alive and intact these 5,000 years. 8 people found this helpful. I found the factual information quite fascinating. All in all, a good read.
The Jewish Mother Centuries of anti-Semitism plus the challenges of immigrant life justified her .
A stereotype so familiar that the words conjure up a universal caricature: a middle-aged woman with a nasal New York accent and ample bosom, who either sweats over a steaming pot of matzah balls while screaming at her kids from across the house. Centuries of anti-Semitism plus the challenges of immigrant life justified her intense mothering style and lionized her willful ways. But while the Yiddishe Mama and her selfless child-rearing contributed to the success and upward mobility of the American Jewish family, the Jewish mother stereotype didn’t fare so well in this cultural shift.
Author: Ann Kreitzer
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Publisher: Belmor; 1st Edition edition (1991)
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