2 edition of life of Glückel of Hameln, 1646-1724 found in the catalog.
life of Glückel of Hameln, 1646-1724
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German ed. originally published: Frankfurt, 1896.
|Statement||written by herself ; translated from the original Yiddish and editedby Beth-Zion Abrahams.|
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Mémorialiste allemande née en à Hambourg, morte en à ès l'expulsion des juifs de Hambourg en , la famille de Gluckel s'installe non loin de là, à Altona, où la petite fille reçoit une éducation religieuse traditionnelle. Elle retourne à Hambourg avec sa famille en À l'âge de quatorze ans, elle est mariée à Hayim von Hameln, avec qui elle aura douze. Le "Memorie" di Glückel Hameln () sono il diario di una donna d'affari ebrea che, rimasta vedova, decide di mettere per iscritto la storia della propria vita. Glückel ci racconta di guerre ed epidemie, della speranza suscitata dal falso messia Shabbetaj Zevì, di omicidi, fallimenti, feste di nozze, nascite e morti, dei suoi vari.
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Get this from a library. The life of Glückel of Hameln, [Glueckel, of Hameln; Beth-Zion Abrahams]. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Glueckel, of Hameln, Life of Glückel of Hameln, London: East and West Library. But her book is not just an account of her life; it is also a fascinating depiction of 17th century Germany and its Jewish community.
The Life of Glückel of Hameln is the only English translation of Glückel’s story from the original Yiddish and is widely considered the most accurate and complete translation available. The Memoirs of Glückel of Hameln. Translated with introduction and notes by Marvin Lowenthal.
New York: Reprinted with new introduction by Robert S. Rosen, New York:The Life of Glückel of Hameln (–). Written by herself. Translated from the original Yiddish and edited by Beth-Zion Abrahams. Glückel von Hameln (also spelled Gluckel or Glikl of Hamelin; also known as Glikl bas Judah Leib) (, Hamburg SeptemMetz) life of Glückel of Hameln a Jewish businesswoman and diarist, whose account of life provides scholars with an intimate picture of German Jewish communal life in the lateth-early eighteenth century Jewish ghetto/5.
Glückel of Hameln (Yiddish: גליקל בת ר' יהודה לייב האַמיל ; also spelled Glückel, Glüeckel, or Glikl of Hamelin; also known as Glikl bas Judah Leib) (c.
– Septem ) was a Jewish businesswoman and n in her native tongue of Yiddish over the course of thirty years, her memoirs were originally intended to be an ethical will for her Born: Glikl bas Judah Leib, c.Hamburg, Holy. Glückel of Hameln (–)Early modern Jewish entrepreneur whose personal memoirs provide historians with information regarding women, commerce, and Jewish family life in her time period.
Name variations: Glueckel or Gluckel of Hameln; Glückel von Hameln or Gluckel von Hameln; Glikl of Hameln or Glikl Haml; Glikl bas Judah Leib. What a treasure to have these memoirs from a remarkable Jewish woman who lived from in Germany. This edition has a wonderful introduction providing historical context for Gluckel's life and times, and Gluckel herself writes with flair, showing both a sharp eye for human nature and the details around her, but also is able to quote frequently from Jewish sources including the Psalms /5(54).
(–) By Nissan Mindel a wise mother and businesswoman who described the life of the Jews in Germany in the late 17th to early 18th centuries. Glueckel of Hameln, whose diary became so famous, was born in Hamburg, one of the three sister cities of Altona, Hamburg and Wandsbek that played an important role in Jewish life and were the Author: Nissan Mindel.
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Datasets available include LCSH, BIBFRAME, LC Name Authorities, LC Classification, MARC codes, PREMIS vocabularies, ISO language codes, and more. The life of Glückel of Hameln, / written by herself ; translated from the original Yiddish and edited by Beth-Zion Abrahams Glueckel, of Hameln, [ Book: ] Languages: German;English;Yiddish, [2 others] View online (access conditions) At 10 libraries.
Glückel of Hameln was a marvel of her time: an accomplished businesswoman as well as the mother of twelve. Devastated by the death of her beloved husband inshe proceeded to write the riveting memoir that would become a timeless classic, revealing much about Jewish life in.
The Memoirs of Gluckel of Hameln Paperback – December What a treasure to have these memoirs from a remarkable Jewish woman who lived from in Germany.
This edition has a wonderful introduction providing historical context for Gluckel's life and times, and Gluckel herself writes with flair, showing both a sharp eye for human Cited by: 1.
book. The Life of Glückel of Hameln: A Memoir; The Life of Gluckel of Hameln Written By Herself ; Views. FROM GLUCKEL’S MEMOIRS Before I was twelve years old I was betrothed and the betrothal lasted two years. My wedding was celebrated in Hameln. The Life of Gluckel of Hameln Written by Herself.
Gluckel of Hameln; Beth-Zion Abrahams, Ed. Published by East and West Library, London (). But her book is not just an account of her life; it is also a fascinating depiction of 17th century Germany and its Jewish community.
SUBJECTS: Jews -- Germany -- History -- Jewish women -- Germany Biography. Glueckel, of Hameln, Edited and published by Prof. David Kaufmann. Verlag: J. Kauffmann, Frankfurt am Main.
The memoirs of Glückel of Hameln () offer a detailed portrait of the life of an affluent Jewish woman in seventeenth century Europe. A mother of fourteen children, twelve of whom survived to adulthood, Glückel was an active partner in her husband’s business in addition to being in charge of running her family’s domestic concerns.
Glückel of Hameln was a marvel of her time: an accomplished businesswoman as well as the mother of twelve. Devastated by the death of her beloved husband inshe proceeded to write the riveting memoir that would become a timeless classic, revealing much about Jewish life in seventeenth-century Germany.
GLUECKEL OF HAMELNGLUECKEL OF HAMELN (/47–), merchant, wife, mother, and Yiddish memoirist. David Kauffman, who edited her Yiddish text, was the first to call her "Glueckel von Hameln"; she signed herself as "Glikl bas Judah Leib." Glikl was born in Hamburg to the merchant Judah Leib and the businesswoman Beila Melrich.
Judah Leib, one of the original Ashkenazim to settle in Hamburg. GLÜCKEL OF HAMELN () was a German-Jewish businesswoman and diarist, whose account of life provides scholars with an intimate picture of communal life in the lateth-early 18th century Jewish ghetto.
More about Gluckel. The Life of Gluckel of Hameln, edited by Beth-Zion Abrahams. The memoir of a remarkable Jewish woman who lived from During her life Gluckel bore twelve children, ran a successful business, and buried two husbands. Her memoirs provide not only a unique glimpse into her own life, but also into that of the period in which she lived.Martin Lowenthal, tr., ed.
New York: Schocken Books, I recommend this article to all readers and those interested in the life of Glückel of Hamelin should use the interactive timeline to chronologically follow major events in her life Anonymous. “Glückel von .Glückel of Hameln wrote the earliest-known autobiography by a Jewish woman; it was first published inwhen scholar David Kaufmann translated a copy of the original Yiddish-Hebrew manuscript into German.
Glückel began writing her story inat the age of forty-three, “to while away the long and melancholy nights” after the death of Chaim, her first husband.