Rosenfeld, Isaac

   American writer. He was born in Chicago. Some of his essays deal with Jews, Judaism and Jewish life in America and Europe.

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  • ROSENFELD, ISAAC — (1918–1956), U.S writer and critic. Isaac Rosenfeld enters literary history as a footnote to the life and career of Saul Bellow. In the early 1930s, Bellow and Rosenfeld were schoolmates at Tuley High School in the Humboldt Park neighborhood of… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • ROSENFELD, MORRIS — (1862–1923), Yiddish poet. Born in Suvalk, Poland, Rosenfeld survived a cholera epidemic that claimed the lives of 12 of his siblings. He learned the tailor s trade from his father, which he practiced until he could earn his living by his pen.… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • ROSENFELD, ABRAHAM ISAAC JACOB — (1914–1980s?), rabbi and ḥazzan. Rosenfeld was born in Jerusalem and studied at the Yeshivah Etz Ḥayyim and Merkaz ha Rav there. He served as both rabbi and ḥazzan to the Finchley Synagogue in London (1941–70) and was appointed honorary president …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Isaac Schneersohn — est un rabbin des XIXe et XXe siècles (1879 ou 1881 ? 1969). Le 28 avril 1943, il crée, sous l Occupation à Grenoble[1], en collaboration avec le philosophe Jacob Gordin[2],[3] …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Oskar Rosenfeld — Born May 13, 1884(1884 05 13) Koryčany, Moravia Died August 1944 (age 60) Auschwitz Cause of death murdered in gas chamber Spouse Hen …   Wikipedia

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  • ḤASIDISM — ḤASIDISM, a popular religious movement giving rise to a pattern of communal life and leadership as well as a particular social outlook which emerged in Judaism and Jewry in the second half of the 18th century. Ecstasy, mass enthusiasm, close knit …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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