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Isaac Bashevis Singer

Singer, Isaac Bashevis (1904–86), Polish-born U.S. Yiddish novelist and short-story writer, known for his portrayal of European Jewish life. His work includes The Family Moskat (1950), The Magician of Lublin (1960), The Estate (1969), and The Collected Short Stories of Issac Bashevis Singer (1981). He was awarded the 1978 Nobel Prize for literature.

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