Israeli literature
Israeli literature is literature written in the State of Israel by Israelis. Most works classed as Israeli literature are written in the Hebrew language, although some Israeli authors write in Yiddi...
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Hebrew literature
Hebrew literature consists of ancient, medieval, and modern writings in the Hebrew language. It is one of the primary forms of Jewish literature, though there have been cases of literature written in...
H. Leivick
H. Leivick (pen name of Leivick Halpern, December 25, 1888 – December 23, 1962) was a Yiddish language writer, known for his 1921 "dramatic poem in eight scenes" The Golem. He also wrote many hi...
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Chalomot Be'aspamia
Chalomot Be'aspamia (Lit.: Dreams in Aspamia, an expression meaning unattainable dreams, pipe dreams) is an Israeli magazine of science fiction and fantasy short stories. It is published since 2002 by...
Nahum Ma'arabi
Nahum Ma'arabi (or Maghrabi) was a Moroccan Hebrew poet and translator of the thirteenth century. His poems are found only in Moroccan collections. Two of his liturgical poems were published by Leopol...
David Vogel (author)
David Vogel (1891–1944) was a Russian-born Hebrew poet, novelist, and diarist.
David Vogel was born on May 15, 1891 in the town of Satanov in the Podolia region in the Russian Pale of Settlement....
Meir Wieseltier
Meir Wieseltier (Hebrew: מאיר ויזלטיר, born 1941) is a prize-winning Israeli poet and translator.
Meir Wieseltier was born in Moscow in 1941, shortly before the German invasion of Russia. He was ...
Nathan Zach
Nathan Zach (Hebrew: נתן זך) (born 1930) is an Israeli poet.
Born in Berlin, Zach immigrated to what was then known as Palestine in 1936 and served in the IDF as an intelligence clerk during the 1...
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Gershon Shofman
Gershon Shoffman (Hebrew: גרשון שופמן) (born 1880; died 1972) was an Israeli writer and painter.
Shoffman was born in Orsha, in the Mogilev Governorate of the Russian Empire (present-day Belarus) ...
Ion Călugăru
Ion Călugăru ([iˈon kəˈluɡəru]; born Ștrul Leiba Croitoru, also known as Buium sin Strul-Leiba Croitoru, B. Croitoru; February 14, 1902 – May 22, 1956) was a Romanian novelist, short story writer, jou...
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Eliezer Steinbarg
Eliezer Steinbarg (Shtaynbarg; 18 May 1880–27 March 1932) was a Romanian teacher and Yiddish poetic fabulist.He was born in Lipcani, Bessarabia and became a teacher in Bessarabia and Volhynia. In 1902...
Maayan
Maayan (in Hebrew: מעין) is an Israeli magazine for poetry, literature, art, and ideas. Its first issue appeared in 2005 and was named for Maayan Strauss.
Maayan is edited by Roy Arad and Joshua S...
Moishe Broderzon
Moishe Broderzon (November 23, 1890 — August 17, 1956) was a Yiddish poet, theatre director, and the founder of the Łódź literary group Yung-yidish.He was born 1890 in Moscow, but his family was among...
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Abraham Cohen of Zante
Abraham Cohen (Abraham ben Shabbetai ha-Kohen) (1670 – 1729) was a Jewish physician, rabbi, religious philosopher and poet on Zante, an Ionian Island, and an overseas colony of the Venetian Repu...
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Abraham Nahum Stencl
Abraham Nahum Stencl (Polish: Avrom Nokhem Sztencl, Hebrew: אברהם נחום שטנצל‎) (1897-1983) was a Polish-born Yiddish poet.
Stencl was born in Czeladź in south-western Poland, and studied...