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MS 376 Writings of Judith Lask Grubler

The collection is composed of poetry and prose written by Judith Lask Grubler with related correspondence, 1930s-65. Typescript copies of poems by Grubler, include a number reflecting on war, a series called ‘City poems’, one ‘To my father Joseph Chayim Cohen Lask, 1930s-40s; ‘When you have gone’, 8 Apr 1936; ‘Farewell, O’ Queen of the night...’, 31 Oct 1936; ‘Assignation’, 4 Mar 1937; ‘Reflection’, 5 Mar 1938; ‘City poem’ (1) and (2), 1938; Warning, 18 Apr 1939; ‘I could not smile’, 1940; ‘The second stage’, 28 Apr 1941; ‘Civil service’, 8 May 1943; ‘Days in civil service’, 10 Jan 1944; Nothing is here for tears or sorrow’, Mar 1962; ‘The lost leader: In memoriam to John F.Kennedy’, 25 Nov 1963. Prose writing includes a series of ‘Essays’ chapters for Leon Vimer; ‘Am I my brother’s keeper?; ‘The infanticidal motif of modern novelists’ an article for Time and tide; ‘Nights and the blitz’; ‘Those were the days’; ‘Why I am a zionist’.

Date range:

1930s-65

Former references:

A4133

Size:

2 boxes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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