- (b. 1909)Israeli poet. He was born in Tluste, and settled in Palestine in 1933. Initially he taught in a school in Tel Aviv, and later he engaged in editorial work. From 1959 he was on the editorial staff of the Zionist Library publica-tions produced by the Jewish Agency. He published poems and ballads combining Hasidic tales and motifs. He also translated Yiddish literature into Hebrew.
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