Correspondence to Chaim Potok, 1967-1997.

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Hindus, Milton. Correspondence to Chaim Potok, 1967-1997.

Correspondence to Chaim Potok, 1967-1997.

Comments and critique by Hindus--January 1967-- regarding Potok's manuscript for The chosen, prior to publication. Later correspondence concerns the death of Charles Reznikoff in 1976 and a copy of eulogy (5 leaves) given by Hindus.

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Potok, Chaim.

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Chaim Potok was born on 17 February 1929 in the Bronx, New York, to Benjamin Max Potok and Mollie Friedman Potok, who raiseds the eldest of their four children in the Orthodox Jewish faith. Potok attended Orthodox schools and graduated college with a degree in liberal arts and theology as a Conservative rabbi. After serving in the United States Army as a chaplain in Korea from 1955 to 1957, he taught at the University of Judaism and married Adena Sara Mosevitzsky in 1958. In 1966, after receivin...

Hindus, Milton

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Milton Hindus served on the faculty at Brandeis University from 1948-1981 as a member of the Department of English and American Literature. As one of the founding faculty members at Brandeis University he served on numerous committees and groups and devoted himself to the cause of education at the University. From the description of Milton Hindus papers, 1929-1998 (Brandeis University Library). WorldCat record id: 61460607 American professor of literature and biographer of C...

Reznikoff, Charles, 1894-1976

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Charles Reznikoff (1894-1976), was a writer, editor, and poet. Born in Brooklyn, New York, he studied both journalism and law. He is most well-known for By the Waters of Manhattan (1962), a selected edition of his poems. His poetry was influenced by Yiddish sources and his fiction and plays typically dealt with Jewish themes, especially the plight of urban Jews in the United States. His non-fiction writing included The Jews of Charleston: A History of an American Jewish Community (1950), which w...