- The Moment Juste. Hemley, Robin // Boulevard;Fall2005, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p122
This article offers insights on the life of publisher and writer Cecil Hemley, who is the author's father, and on the world of literary publishing in the United States. Depicted are his association with author Weldon Kees, his developed friendship with Jewish writer Isaac Bashevis Singer as well...
- BRIEFLY NOTED. // New Yorker;4/12/1982, Vol. 58 Issue 8, p154
The article announces that the book "To See You Again," a collection of stories by Alice Adams, has been published by Knopf while Farrar, Straus & Giroux has published the book "The Collected Stories of Isaac Bashevis Singer." Some of the stories written by Adams and Singer first appeared in the...
- I.B. Singer and his predecessors. Bodoff, Lippman // Judaism;Summer90, Vol. 39 Issue 3, p305
Analyzes the Jewish author and Noble laureate Isaac Bashevis Singer and his relationship to other Jewish authors preceding him. Singer's preoccupation with the dark side of the human personality; Belief in free will; Confidence that religion, particularly Judaism, is the answer to the moral...
- Freedom and Slavery in the Fiction of Isaac Bashevis Singer. Wachtel, Nili // Judaism;Spring77, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p171
Presents a list of literary collections of novelist Isaac Bashevis Singer in Israel. Basic motif of the works of the novelist; Views of Bashevis on freedom and slavery; Battle of the novelist with the ultimate question of good and evil, life and death and the significance of existence.
- God Bless the Child: Past and Present in Some Recent Works of I.B. Singer. Saposnik, Irving S. // Judaism;Fall80, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p454
Focuses on the autobiographical writings of Isaac Bashevis Singer in Warsaw, Poland. Distinction between a world of prelapsarian harmony and modern world; Emphasis on characters with nostalgic yearning for eternal past; Use of child as a metaphor.
- Our debt to I.B. Singer. Epstein, J. // Commentary;Nov91, Vol. 92 Issue 5, p31
Profiles the late Yiddish-language writer Isaac Bashevis Singer. Born in 1904, near Warsaw in Poland; One of the last links with the Jewish past in Poland; The timeless quality of his work; A deep belief in God but never a claim to understand him.
- Isaac Bashevis Singer. Kornberg, Amy // Literary Cavalcade;Oct99, Vol. 52 Issue 2, p21
Profiles author Isaac Bashevis Singer. Family background; Education; Awards; Literary works.
- The silence of God: A reminiscence about Isaac Bashevis Singer. Aberg, Gil // Tikkun;Jan/Feb94, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p61
Presents two articles that provide divergent portraits of Nobel prize-winning writer Isaac Bashevis Singer. Aberg's hagiographic portrait `Silence of God'; Richard Elman's `Bashevis' focuses on darker side.
- Isaac Bashevis Singer: Two Polish works. Shallcross, Bozena // Polish Review;1998, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p239
Presents information on the literary works of Isaac Bashevis Singer. Details on essays written by Singer; Themes most used in Singer's work; Who Singer's work is compared to.