Yiddish land revisited
Meet the Israelis who are reconnecting modern Hebrew to the rich legacy of Ashkenazi Jewry’s historical language
• HAGAY HACOHEN
When Yoni Eilat finished acting school, he went to New York. “The seeds to the kind of work I do in Yiddish,” he told the Magazine, “were sowed there.” Living in the East Village, Eilat came across reminders of the rich Yiddish-speaking Jewish heritage...
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