Yiddish land revisited

Meet the Israelis who are reconnecting modern Hebrew to the rich legacy of Ashkenazi Jewry’s historical language


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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