What Is Jewish Secular Culture?

Chaim Zhitlowsky


We take Jewish secular culture here in its modern shape, its language form, Yiddish. It is not the first expression of worldly or secular Jewish culture. In ancient times almost the entire cultural life of the children of Israel was secular, including their literary creations. It was only with the rise of the so-called sacred books, which are full…

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