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There are many writers in this world and many of them write short stories These short stories are to-the-point works of literature that have one thing in common among all of them themes Isaac Bashevis Singer was one short story author In this paper It will be proven that he was an excellent short story author and that his work is greatly represented in his story Yentl the Yeshiva BoyIsaac led a simple life at the beginning He was born in 1904 and in Leconcin a little town in Poland Soon after his birth his family moved to Warsaw He lived there until 1935 when he traveled to the United States There his father and his paternal grandfather were rabbis while his maternal grandfather also a rabbi was in the Maskilic or enlightened tradition Isaac had a thoroughly traditional Jewish upbringing in which these two elements collided What influenced Isaac the most into literature was his brother Isaac looked up to him and followed some of his steps in becoming a writer but soon made his own Isaacs life was full of hardships and misfortunes as well as many gratifying surprises and events He lived during one of the hardest times in America the Depression He did not let the worlds troubles bother him and kept on writing and publishing novels all throughout his life He became a professor of literature at a college and passed on his ideas about the subject He tried to teach all he knew but could not finish due to his recent death What he taught did not go in vain thought His most unique ideas were learned by many young writers who will keep on writing in his styleIsaac as you already know wrote short stories In these stories he would have four or fewer characters in which two or one were his principal characters Settings would take place back in his homeland and places in Europe They were
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