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Agnon, Shmuel Yosef, 1887-1970

LC control no.n 79060585
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPJ5053.A4
Personal name headingAgnon, Shmuel Yosef, 1887-1970
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Variant(s)Agnon, Shmuel Yosef, 1888-1970
Czaczkes, Samuel Joseph, 1887-1970
Agnon, S. Y., 1887-1970
Agnon, Shemuʼel Yosef, 1887-1970
Shamūʼīl Yūsuf ʻAghnūn, 1887-1970
ʻAghnūn, Shamūʼīl Yūsuf, 1887-1970
Agnon, Shay, 1887-1970
Agnon, Samuel Joseph, 1887-1970
Ṭshaṭshḳis, Shemuʼel Yosef, 1887-1970
ʻAgnon, Shai, 1887-1970
Agnon, S. J., 1887-1970
ʻAjnūn, Shamūʼīl Yūsuf, 1887-1970
Agnón, Schmuel Iosef, 1887-1970
Agnon, Shmuėl Iosef, 1887-1970
Ahnon, Shmuelʹ Ĭosef Halevi, 1887-1970
Agnon, Šmuel Josef, 1887-1970
Агнон, Шмуэл-Йосеф, 1887-1970
Агнон, Шмуель Йосеф Галеві, 1887-1970
עגנון, שמואל יוסף, 1887-1970
עגנון, ש"י, 1887-1970
Other standard no.Q133042
Associated countryGermany
Associated placePalestine
Birth date1887-08-08
Death date1970
Place of birthBuchach (Ukraine)
Place of deathJerusalem
Profession or occupationAuthors Nobel Prize winners
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Found inDas Buch von den polnischen Juden, 1916.
Shemuʼel Yosef ʻAgnon, mivḥar maʼamarim ʻal yetsirato, 1982: t.p. (Shemuʼel Yosef ʻAgnon) p. 533 (b. Shemuʼel Yosef Ṭshaṭshḳis) p. 536 (Shai ʻAgnon)
Aberbach, D. At the handles of the lock, 1984: t.p. (S.J. Agnon [in sub-title])
Wahab Allāh, ʻA. al-W. M. al-Istīṭān al-Yahūdī fī al-adab al-Ṣihyūnī, 1982: p. 73 (Shamūʼīl Yūsuf ʻAjnūn, (1888-1970))
Barylko, J. Schmuel Iosef Agnón, 1974.
V serdt︠s︡evine moreĭ, 1981: t.p. (...Shmuėlem Iosefom Agnonom)
Teine nägu, c1994: t.p. (Šmuel Josef Agnon) t.p. verso (S.Y. Agnon [in Hebrew])
The parable and its lesson, 2014: ECIP t.p. (S.Y. Agnon) data view (S.Y. Agnon (1888-1970) received the Nobel Prize for literature (together with Nelly Sachs) in 1966. At the time, he was regarded as the greatest modern Hebrew writer.)
Stanford University Press website, Sept. 27, 2013 (S. Y. Agnon was born in 1888 in Buczacz, Galicia. He emigrated to Palestine in 1908 and lived there for five years before beginning an extended stay in Germany. He returned to Palestine in 1924 and settled permanently in Jerusalem.)
Podoroz︠h︡ z Nichnym postoi︠a︡lʹt︠s︡em, 2017: page 10 (Агнон Шмуель Йосеф Галеві = Ahnon Shmuelʹ Ĭosef Halevi)
Associated languageheb