Public Lives in Private: Ida Maze and the Montreal Yiddish Renaissance

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Title
Public Lives in Private: Ida Maze and the Montreal Yiddish Renaissance
Abstract
Ida Maze (1893-1962), a poet and essayist, encouraged other poets, authors and artists of the Yiddish literary world at her literary salons in her Montreal apartment on Esplanade Avenue.
Book Title
An Everyday Miracle: Yiddish Culture in Montreal
Place
Montreal
Publisher
Véhicule Press
Date
1990
Pages
129-157
Language
en
Citation
Massey, Irving. “Public Lives in Private: Ida Maze and the Montreal Yiddish Renaissance.” In An Everyday Miracle: Yiddish Culture in Montreal, edited by Ira Robinson, Pierre Anctil, and Mervin Butovsky, 129–157. Montreal: Véhicule Press, 1990.
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