Azaroff, Paul

Paul Azaroff has taught Hebrew, Jewish Studies and Yiddish language in a number of educational settings for the past fifty years. He holds degrees from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and the University of Toronto in Canada. Currently he teaches adult education courses for the Florence Melton School of Jewish studies in Miami-Dade, Florida.

Women Shopkeepers or Golde-Mine, the Abandoned Wife of Brodby Ayzik-Meir Dik: A Bilingual Yiddish/english Edition
2009 0-7734-4800-4
This is the first English translation and bilingual edition of the Yiddish novella, The Women Shopkeepers or Golde-Mine, the Abandoned Wife of Brod by Ayzik-Meyer Dik, presented with a facing page English translation. Many Yiddish scholars hold the view that Dik, as an innovative, skillful and prolific storyteller, is of pivotal importance in the development of modern Yiddish literature.