Markish, David

(b. 1938)
   Israeli novelist, of Russian origin. He settled in Israel in 1972 and has worked as a novelist and journalist. His publications include The World of Simon Ashkenazy, The Jewters, The Dog, In the Shade of the Great Rock and The Crimson Well.

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  • MARKISH, PERETZ — (1895–1952), Soviet Yiddish poet, novelist, and playwright. Born in Volhynia, Markish received a traditional Jewish education and prepared for entrance to a university. He began writing Russian poetry at age 15 and Yiddish poetry in 1918–19, when …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • David Hofstein — (Yiddish: דוד האָפשטיין Dovid Hofshteyn, Russian: Давид Гофштейн; 1889 August 12, 1952) was a Yiddish poet. He was born in Ukraine, Russian Empire and received a traditional Jewish education; his application to the Kiev University was declined.… …   Wikipedia

  • Markish, Peretz — ▪ Russian writer Peretz also spelled  Perets  or  Pereẓ  born Dec. 7 [Nov. 25, Old Style], 1895, Polonnoye, Volhynia, Russian Empire [now Polonnye, Ukr.] died Aug. 12, 1952, U.S.S.R.       Soviet Yiddish poet and novelist whose work extols Soviet …   Universalium

  • Peretz Markish — (yiddish : פּרץ מאַרקיש; russe : Перец Давидович Маркиш) est un poète né le 7 décembre (25 novembre selon le calendrier julien) 1895 à Polonnoye en Ukraine alors part de l Empire russe. Il a été assassiné le 12 août 1952 à Mo …   Wikipédia en Français

  • HOFSTEIN, DAVID — (1889–1952), Yiddish poet. Born in the Ukraine, he had a traditional Jewish education and began to write in Yiddish, Hebrew, Russian, and Ukrainian. However, after the 1917 Revolution he wrote only in Yiddish, contributing to various publications …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • BERGELSON, DAVID — (1884–1952), Russian Yiddish writer. Born in Okhrimovo (Sarna), near Uman, in the Ukraine, Bergelson was the son of a pious Talner ḥasid and prominent lumber and grain merchant, who died when Bergelson was only nine; his mother died five years… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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  • La Noche de los Poetas Asesinados — (Ночь казнённых поэтов) se refiere a la noche del 12 a 13 de agosto del año 1952, cuando trece de los más destacados escritores, poetas, artistas, músicos, y actores yidish de la Unión Soviética fueron ejecutados en secreto bajo órdenes de Josef… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Stalin's antisemitism — 1930s= Even though Communism theoretically rejects every form of national discrimination, including antisemitism, and many Old Bolsheviks were ethnically Jewish, they sought to uproot Judaism and Zionism and established the Yevsektsiya to achieve …   Wikipedia

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