By Israel Jacob Schwartz, Gertrude Wishnick Dubrovsky
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He saw how the battle drained the creative energy from the contenders. "13 Another critic, A. Mukdani, also contrasts Schwartz to the Yunge: "He was the quietest poet among the Yunge. He made no revolutions, which was the rule for the Yiddish poets in the early part of the century. He organized no poetic circles of fighters or agitators, founded no new poetic creeds, theories, or Page 8 schools. " 14 Quiet though he might have been, Schwartz, absorbed and experimented with new poetic ideas which excited his friends.
J. Schwartz, and others. Settling in New York like most of their coreligionists, they first met each other in the factories, cafes, and streets of the city. Discovering that they were united by a common interest in poetry and aesthetics, they formed a literary group which had a far-reaching impact on Yiddish literature, impelling it on a course towards modernism. Because of their youth and their enthusiasm, they were given the name di yunge [the young ones] by Leivick. Di yunge, influenced by the impressionists in art and the symbolists in literature, tried to create an aesthetic theory as a framework for their art.
Winter 60 B. God Has Taken, God Has Given 66 C. Sholem Aleykhem-A Jew 71 Page x Four A. The City 76 B. Kin 79 C. Litvaks 83 D. Again Litvaks 88 Five A. Joshua 92 B. Home 97 C. Unity 101 D. The Synagogue 104 Six A. Jacob 110 B. Vivian 115 C. In-laws 119 Seven A. Children 123 B. Death 127 C. Evening Shadows 131 D. Life 133 Eight A. Years Later 137 B. Children's Children 142 C. David 145 D. The Day 152 John 157 Joe 175 A. A Greenhorn Comes 177 B. Business 179 C. The Calamity 181 D. In-laws 184 E. Jew and Gentile 188 F.