One: A Sweet Man in a Trying Time
Two: Why Did Dinezon the Hebraist Become a Yiddish Writer?
Three: A New Type of Maskil: Instead of Insulting He Laments The Beloved and Pleasing
Four: The Author Who is Frightened by His Great Success
Five: Even Negef, or A Stone in the Road The First Jewish Family Novel Regarding the Conflict Between the Jewish Enlightenment and Hasidism
Six: The Association with Sholem Aleichem and the Clash Over Mendele
Seven: The New Approach Through Hershele and Yosele
Eight: Dinezon’s Arrangements to Resettle in Argentina with I. L. Peretz
Nine: Did Dinezon Produce Little in His Later Years?
Ten: Childhood Love in Two Mothers and the Curse of Money in Alter
Eleven: The Old Home and America in Falik and His House and The Crisis of City Jews
Twelve: A Wonderful Example of Friendship
Thirteen: The Co-Founder of Children’s Homes—For His Heroes
Fourteen: Dinezon the Esteemed and the Unesteemed
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentinian Division of the International
Congress of Yiddish Culture
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