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A tale of a goat
Authors - L. Shpiṭalniḳ ~ Sh. Yo. Agnon
Illustrator - Z. Raban
Adaptor - L. Shpiṭalniḳ

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Summary
A tale about a goat that knew a short way to Eretz, Israel. The goat would disappear and return to the town with milk as sweet as honey. An old Jew, the goat's owner, wondered where she went. One day, the old Jew's son followed the goat through a cave. He got to Eretz and fell in love with the place and decided to stay there. He wrote a letter to his father and put it into the goat's ear, hoping that his father would find it and join him. But his father didn't find the letter and mourned for his son, thinking that he was dead. He asked a butcher to slaughter the goat. Eventually, the butcher found the letter and brought it to the old Jew. The father lamented that he had missed his chance to go to Eretz and see his son. The entry to the secret cave was now closed forever.
 
Publication Date
1945
 
Languages
Yiddish
 
Contributor
YIVO Institute for Jewish Research - United States
 
Publisher
Committee of educators for working Eretz Israel - United States
The work is no longer under copyright and therefore is in the public domain.

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Yiddish Children's Books from the Collection of the YIVO Library
 

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