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Jackie Mason has built his Tony Award-winning career out of the culture and language of Jewish people, so who better to instruct the unindoctrinated in the joys of Yiddish? How to Talk Jewish, a guide to 100 Yiddish words, phrases, and expressions, includes pronunciations, definitions, and examples of usage, along with Jackie's incomparable wit. Is your blind date haimish? ...more
Paperback, 144 pages
Published November 15th 1991 by St. Martin's Griffin
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Rosanne Swiatek
Basically, a dictionary of Jewish terms. Not as funny as I know Jackie Mason can be. I think he is more funny on stage or performing live. Must have something to do with the accent!
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Jackie Mason (born Yacov Moshe Maza) is an American stand-up comedian. His "politically incorrect" routines and opinionated observations on Jewish and American life have often provoked controversy.

Mason graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from City College of New York and (at the age of 25) was ordained, as his three brothers and father had been, as a rabbi in Latrobe, Pennsylvania. Three years late
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