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The Yiddish Policeman's Union: A Broadside.
by [Broadside] Cahbon, Michael.

Publisher Information:
Seattle School of Visual Concepts,, Seattle:: 2007..

A Fine copy of this limited edition broadside which is signed by Chabon. The novel, for which this broadside was produced, is a detective story set in an alternative history version of the present day, based on the premise that during World War II, a temporary settlement for Jewish refugees was established in Sitka, Alaska, in 1941, and that the fledgling State of Israel was destroyed in 1948. The novel is set in Sitka, which it depicts as a large, Yiddish-speaking metropolis.


Edition: Limited Edition
Book Id: 24796

Price: $45.00

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