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Lot #    10708
Auction End Date    5/24/2005 2:31:00 PM (mm/dd/yyyy)
          
Title Information
Title (English)    Duda'im
Title (Hebrew)    דודאים
Author    [Limited Edition] Julian (Judah) Klaczko
City    Leipzig
Publisher    C. L. Fritzsche
Publication Date    1842
          
Collection Information
Independent Item    This listing is an independent item not part of any collection
          
Description Information
Physical
Description
   Only edition. [5], 75 pp., 165:110 mm., wide margins, usual age staining, stamps. A very good copy bound in contemporary half cloth and marbled paper boards, corners tipped in.
          
Paragraph 1    Edition limited to 50 copies. (Atikot Yehudah, Deinard)
          
Detailed
Description
   Julian Klaczko (Judah Klaczko, 1825–1906), Polish author, critic, and historian. Klaczko was raised in the atmosphere of the Lithuanian Haskalah and displayed his precocious talent as a poet with Duda'im... (1842), a volume of Hebrew poems, mainly translations and pastiches. He also wrote Hebrew versions of two poems by Mickiewicz, whose correspondence he later edited. In 1840 Klaczko moved to Germany and then settled in Paris, where he contributed to the Revue des deux mondes and conducted an increasingly violent anti-Prussian campaign in support of Polish nationalism. By this time Klaczko had converted to Catholicism. He remained in France from 1849 until 1869, when he accepted an official appointment in Vienna, later serving in the Galician and Imperial Austrian parliaments. There he advocated a Franco-Austrian alliance against Prussian expansionism. From 1888 Klaczko lived in Cracow, associating with the conservative writers and politicians. Although he edited the influential MmigrM periodical Wiadomocci polskie in Paris (1858–60) and published a collection of his Polish works (1865), Klaczko wrote mainly in French. He is best remembered for three historical studies, Lex deux chanceliers: Gortschakoff et Bismarck (1876), Quatre causeries florentines (1880), and Rome et la Renaissance (1903).

Added t.p.: Violae, sylloge hebraicorum carminum atque narrationum auctore Juda Klatzko, Wilnensis Source: Farys, arabska powiesc. Utwor Mickiewicza. Tlomaczenie :[2] G-na Sianowa. Moskiewski Telegraf, Czesc XXIX. Lipsk 1829. str. 450-457.

          
Paragraph 2    קבוצת שירים וספורים שונים, מאת יהודה קלאצקא בווילנא.

מתוך אל הקורא: הדודאים האלה... המה ראשית בכורי שיר ומליצה גם בשפת עבר אשר הרו והגו... עלם רך וצעיר... ואשר העתיק מלשונות אחרות אל שפת עברית... והמחבר נער בן שש עשרה שנה כיום הזה". התוכן: [1]. שולמית על הררי ירושלים, Elegie. [2]. הערבי במדבר; Kassyda [מיצקביץ] Aus dem Polnischen... [3]. הנערה והפרח[שיר]. [4]. האהבה והתבונה... uebersezt von Moore. [5]. הר סיני ([Wilhelm Wolfsohn] Aus dem Deutschen von Maien) [6]. הבורח, ספור מימי חרבן הבית השני... .Aus dem Deutschen von Dr Philipsohn [עי' יהודה פיליפזון. הפליט מירושלים. גם למקור]. [7]. הדיג [סיפור].

          
Reference
Description
   CD-EPI 0164021; EJ
        
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Listing Classification
Period
19th Century:    Checked
  
Location
Germany:    Checked
  
Subject
Other:    Haskalah
  
Characteristic
First Editions:    Checked
Language:    Hebrew
  
Manuscript Type
  
Kind of Judaica