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The fourteenth issue of MISHPOHA opens with a selection of materials devoted to the outstanding artist Izrael Basov. For a long time he was wrongly forgotten, for it is the fate of all artists who went ahead of time. And only nowadays the Izrael Basovs pictures received proper recognition.
Art critic Larisa Finkelstein recounts about the artists creative way. The family photos from the Basovs archive for the first time have been published under the heading The Family Album.
The traditional heading Autograph presents chapters from the autobiographical novel by famous writer, publicist, film and TV director Sol Shulman. The novel is called Promenade Along Socialka. This is the narration about the childhood and youth years, spent in Bobruysk.
Not so long ago a wonderful poet Alexander Volovik died in Israel. The article of Alexander Barshay The Poetry of the Jewish Soul is dedicated to his memory. Some poems of Alexander Volovik are presented there as well.
This issues poetry is presented by very different authors: family duet of the father and daughter Sergey and Juliya Vatanovs, the poems of the outstanding poet David Simanovich.
The poet and interpreter from Minsk Alla Levina presented for publication, as she called them herself, expressed in verse paraphrases on the poems of the famous Jewish verse writers, who wrote in Yiddish: A. Sutskover, I. Manger, M. Gebirtig, Sh. Kacherginsky, I. Katsenelson and I. Papernikova. The poems are dedicated to the horrible and steadfast days of Holocaust. Alla Levinas paraphrases accept some minor deviations from the originals, but, nevertheless, preserve the main idea and the emotional colour.
Emil Dreitser the Professor of the Russian Department of Tom Hunter College in New York (the USA). Professor Dreitser is the author of dozens of scientific and fiction prose works. Not so long ago his new book What Are You? saw the world. One chapter of the book is dedicated to the Minsk grandfather of the author Uriy Dreitser very extraordinary and interesting person. This chapter could be found in the current MISHPOHA issue.
Aliter Druyanov is called the king of the Jewish joke. The writer passed away 60 years ago. But his jokes are not getting old and books are published in big editions. The famous Israel writer and journalist Shulamit Shalim is telling about the life and creative activity of Aliter Druyanov.
The Stories of the Place in the new issue is presented with the story Lucky Elya by Marta Baskina. The events of the story take place in the authors native town Krasnopolye. The rubric also contains another story The Rooster by Mikhail Haykin. Together with the main characters of the story, we are carried to one of the streets of old Vitebsk.
In the recent issue of MISHPOHA magazine we told about famous Jewish writer Mosha Kulban. In this issue, on the request of the readers, we are returning back to Kulbans life and this time tell you about his family. The essay is called Flashed Ray For Past Afflictions
In every issue of the magazine we are telling about different Jewish places, which were interesting and full of joy. In the current issue you can find the story of Roald Romanov about the place Chereya On the Motherland of Oscar Milosh.
The rubric Memory presents the recollections of Emma Shafar on the tragedy of Minsk ghetto and on these noble and courageous people, who risking there lives, rescued the author. The story of Alexander Kovarsky The Childhood on the Champion Street is pretty sad and nostalgic narration about friendship and mutual understanding, family relations, which were tested by hard times of the evacuation days.
The story The Announcement in the Old Newspaper tells us about how unexpectedly the author - Anatoly Gershkovich, found his relatives.
Jakov Dvilyansky was an Yiddish and the Jewish folklore expert. The Ivyevsk performance was dedicated to his memory, when ballet dancers, drama artists, musicians, managed to recreate the life of the pre-war place and ghetto tragedy on open air stage in a forest. The son of Jakov Dvilyansky Arkady, writes about his father in the essay He Painfully Loved the World.
Not so long ago we have celebrated the 100-th anniversary of Staric (Old man) Hattabich author Lasar Lagin. Today not everyone knows that Lasar Ginsburg, the real surname of the writer, was born in Vitebsk. The director of the Vitebsk Museum of Literature Svetlana Kozlova recounts about the life and creative activity of the writer.
Arcady Shulmans essay The First Love of Marc Chagall narrates about little known pages from the artists life, about his relationship with Teya Brahman. The Chagall topic in the issue is continued by the essay of Aron Vigushin The Fate of Two Paintings.
The magazine tells about new books of the unfailing authors of MISHPOHA Boris Roland and Naum Tsipis.
Valdimir Mehovs essay Recollecting Bykov is dedicated to the life of the Peoples Writer of Belarus Vasyl Bykov and his attitude to the Jewish question.
The secrets of stuffed fish cooking are revealed by Semen Avgustevich.
The Club of Collectors resumed its work . It is chaired by Arcady Podlipsky. In the article Lotteries with the Jewish Accent the narration is about the lotteries , which were held by All-Union Society of Land Management of Working Jews in the 20-th years of the previous century.
The materials under the heading Vitebskiye Devchata (The Girls of Vitebsk) tells about modern days of the Jewish community. Emuna means hope.
MISHPOHA is your magazine!

 

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