Though He Died 100 Years Ago, Sholem Aleichem’s Work Continues to Inspire — Tablet MagazineTablet Magazine


Sholem Aleichem, the celebrated Yiddish writer behind the stories of Tevye the Dairyman, which inspired the beloved musical Fiddler on the Roof, died 100 years ago last Friday. Fiddler, of course, continues to entertain audiences around the world, with its seemingly everlasting narrative and music. Fittingly, the Broadway production of Fiddler was recently nominated for a Tony Award…

via Though He Died 100 Years Ago, Sholem Aleichem’s Work Continues to Inspire — Tablet MagazineTablet Magazine

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