An-Ski, S. (Rapoport, Solomon Seinwil)


An-Ski, S. (Rapoport, Solomon Seinwil)
(1863-1920)
   Russian author. He was born in Belorussia and settled in Paris in 1894. In 1905 he returned to Russia and joined the Social Revolutionary Party. He composed the party's hymn (Di Shvue) and wrote folk legends, Hasidic tales, and stories about Jewish poverty. His play The Dybbuk was translated into Hebrew by Hayyim Nahman Bilalik. His Yiddish works were published in five volumes.

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  • Shloime Anski — (también An Ski, n. 1863 – m. 8 de noviembre de 1920), seudónimo de Solomon Seinwil Rapoport, fue un escritor, periodista y etnógrafo ruso judío. Como autor de piezas de Dybbuk, es considerado un clásico de la literatura en yidis. Como académico …   Wikipedia Español


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