Niger, Samuel (Charney, Samuel)
- (1883-1955)American Yiddish literary critic. He was born in Russia, and began his career contributing to various Russian literary magazines. In 1909 he went to Berlin; several months later he edited a Yiddish monthly, Di yidishe velt, in Vilna. In 1919 he emigrated to the US, where he became literary editor of Der tog. His studies of Yiddish literature appeared in various volumes.
Dictionary of Jewish Biography. Dan Cohn-Sherbok.
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Samuel Niger — Der junge Samuel Niger Samuel Niger (auch: Schmuel oder Shmuel Niger; Pseudonym für Samuel Tscharny oder Schmul Tscharni, auch: Samuel Charney; * 1883 in Dukor bei Minsk; † 1955) war ein jiddischer Schriftsteller, Kritiker und Publizist. Er gilt… … Deutsch Wikipedia
CHARNEY, DANIEL — (1888–1959), Yiddish autobiographer, poet and journalist; brother of samuel niger (Charney) and baruch charney vladeck . Born in the shtetl of Dukor, near Minsk, Charney suffered from illness from his early childhood, a theme presented in his… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
VLADECK, BARUCH CHARNEY — (1886–1938), U.S. journalist, civic leader, and public official; brother of daniel charney and shmuel niger . Born in Dukor, near Minsk, Belorussia, Vladeck abandoned religious study in his teens in favor of political action. A lifelong socialist … Encyclopedia of Judaism
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