Alterman, Nathan

   Israeli Hebrew poet. Born in Warsaw, he settled in Tel Aviv in 1925. Influenced by French and Russian symbolists, he became the leading imagist poet of his generation. He also wrote satirical poetry related to political events. His collected works are contained in four volumes, Kol Shirei Alterman.

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  • ALTERMAN, NATHAN — (1910–1970), Israeli poet. Alterman, who was born in Warsaw, settled in Tel Aviv in 1925. He published his first poem in 1931. Alterman achieved distinction as a poet on two levels: as the author of popular satirical verse which reflected the… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Nathan Alterman — in 1952 Born August 14, 1910(1910 08 14) Warsaw Died March 28, 1970(197 …   Wikipedia

  • Nathan Alterman — (ca. 1952) Nathan Alterman (* Juli 1910 in Warschau; † 28. März 1970 in Tel Aviv) war ein israelischer Schriftsteller und Zionist. Inhaltsverzeichnis …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Nathan Zach — Born 1930 Berlin, Germany Occupation Poet Nationality Israeli …   Wikipedia

  • Nathan Alterman — (Varsovie, 14 août 1910 – Tel Aviv, 28 mars 1970) était un poète, journaliste, écrivain, traducteur et dramaturge israélien qui eut une influence prépondérante sur le sionisme socialiste, tant avant qu après l établissement de l État d Israël.… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Nathan (given name) — Nathan Nathan the Prophet advising king David Pronunciation NAY thǝn Gender Male Origin …   Wikipedia

  • Alterman — ist der Nachname folgender Personen: Boris Alterman (* 1970), israelischer Schachspieler Nathan Alterman (1910–1970), israelischer Schriftsteller und Zionist Siehe auch: Altermann Diese Seite ist …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Natan Alterman — Nathan Altermann (* Juli 1910 in Warschau; † 28. März 1970 in Tel Aviv) war ein israelischer Schriftsteller und Zionist. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Biografie 2 Werk (Auswahl) 2.1 Lyrik …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • ZACH, NATHAN — (1930– ), Hebrew poet. Born in Berlin, Zach was taken to Palestine by his parents in 1935 and grew up in Haifa. He studied at the Hebrew University and began publishing poetry in the early 1950s in the new journal Likrat ( Towards ), which he… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Zach, Nathan — (b. 1930)    Israeli writer. Zach emigrated to Palestine in 1930. He was educated at the Hebrew University and has taught at Essex University in England and Haifa University. He is best known for his poetry and he is regarded as one of the… …   Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament

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