Ribalow, Menahem


Ribalow, Menahem
(1895-1953)
   American Hebrew critic and editor. He was born in Chudnov, Volhynia. He studied in Odessa and began to publish poems and essays at an early age. In 1921 he emigrated to the US, where he became editor of the Hebrew weekly Ha-Doar, and edited anthologies of American Hebrew literature.

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