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|Description||Description: Uri dreams that he walks in the street holding a gold fish in a jar. Suddenly the fish grows to enormous proportions and he offers to take Uri to the Promised Land. Uri climbs on the fish, and after a while they reach a new country. Uri is greeted by two nice boys, who offer him dry clothes and good food. Uri offers to pay them, but they tell him in this country there is no need for money - there is plenty of food for everybody, and there is no jealousy and no hatred among the people.
Facsimile edition (in Hebrew) of German Berlin edition of 1923
To read the entire book, clickhere.
Translator: Bialik, ?ayyim Na?man, 1873-1934
Author: Seidmann-Freud, Tom, 1892-1930
Object Origin: Berlin
Dimensions: 31 pages
Persistent URL: digital.cjh.org/R/?func=dbin-jump-full&object_id=121641
Repository: YIVO Institute for Jewish Research, 15 West 16th Street, New York, NY 10011
Call Number: 000115113
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See more information about this image and others at CJH Digital Collections.Digital images created by the Gruss Lipper Digital Laboratory at the Center for Jewish History
|Date||15 September 2009, 15:05|
|Source||Masa? ha-dag, mi-Germanit ?ayim Na?man Biali? ; nispa? me-et Zi?ah Shamir / ??? ??? /, ??????? ???? ???? ?????? ; ???? ???? ????
|Author||Center for Jewish History, NYC|
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