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The Man Behind ‘The Dybbuk’: Rokhl’s Golden City: S. An-sky’s ethnographic expedition

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Click Here to Read: The Man Behind ‘The Dybbuk’: Rokhl’s Golden City: S. An-sky’s ethnographic expedition by Rokhl Kafrissen on the Tablet website on June 10, 2020.
A photograph of w:The Dybbuk’s Hebrew Premiere: w:Habima Theatre (then operating in Sekretaryova Theater, Nizhny Kislovskaya 6, close to w:Bolshoy Kislovsky Lane, w:Moscow), 31 January 1922. On the stage: w:Hanna Rovina as Leah, the possessed bride; Nahum Zemach as the Tzaddik. Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons.

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The Man Behind ‘The Dybbuk’: Rokhl’s Golden City: S. An-sky’s ethnographic expedition

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Click Here to Read: The Man Behind ‘The Dybbuk’: Rokhl’s Golden City: S. An-sky’s ethnographic expedition by Rokhl Kafrissen on the Tablet website on June 10, 2020.
A photograph of w:The Dybbuk’s Hebrew Premiere: w:Habima Theatre (then operating in Sekretaryova Theater, Nizhny Kislovskaya 6, close to w:Bolshoy Kislovsky Lane, w:Moscow), 31 January 1922. On the stage: w:Hanna Rovina as Leah, the possessed bride; Nahum Zemach as the Tzaddik. Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons.

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