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Asch

 (ăsh), Sholem or Shalom 1880-1957.
Polish-born American Yiddish writer who sought to reconcile Judaism and Christianity in his controversial novels, such as The Nazarene (1939).

Asch

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(Biography) Sholem (ˈʃəʊləm). 1880–1957, US writer, born in Poland, who wrote in Yiddish. His works include biblical novels

Asch

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Sho•lom or Sho•lem (ˈʃɔ ləm) 1880–1957, U.S. author, born in Poland.
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