Markish, Peretz

(1895-1952)
   Ukrainian Yiddish poet, novelist and playwright. Born in Volhynia, he left Russia in 1921 and lived in Poland and France. From 1921 to 1926 he wrote poetry about the anti-Jewish pogroms in the Ukraine. In 1926 he returned to the USSR, where he published epic poems and novels. He was accused of Jewish natonalism and executed.

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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

  • 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 — ( yi. פּרץ מאַרקיש ; ru. Перец Давидович Маркиш; OldStyleDate|7 December|1895|25 November in Polonnoye, currently Ukraine 12 August 1952 in Moscow) was a Jewish Soviet writer who wrote in Yiddish. His very distant ancestors lived in Spain. As a… …   Wikipedia

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  • YIDDISH LITERATURE — This articles is arranged according to the following outline: introduction UNTIL THE END OF THE 18TH CENTURY the bible in yiddish literature epic homiletic prose drama liturgy ethical literature Historical Songs and Writings transcriptions of… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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