Shlonsky, Avraham

(1900-73)
   Israeli poet. He was born in Karyokov, in the Ukraine. He settled in Palestine in 1921, and in 1928 joined the staff of the newspaper Ha-Aretz. In 1943 he joined the editorial staff of the journal Mishmar, and subsequently edited the quarterly Orlogin. Associated with the Mapam party, he partici-pated in the activities of the international world peace movement of the 1950s. From the 1950s he criticized the Soviet attitude to Israel and Jewish culture in the USSR. In addition to writing poetry, he translated classics from several languages into Hebrew.

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  • Shlonsky — Avraham Shlonsky Avraham Shlonsky (hebr. אברהם שלונסקי‎; * 6. März 1900 in Karjokow/Ukraine; † 18. Mai 1973 in Tel Aviv) war ein israelischer Schriftsteller und Übersetzer …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Avraham Shlonsky — (March 6,1900 ndash; May 18, 1973), he. אברהם שלונסקי, ru. Аврам Шлёнский, was a significant and dynamic Israeli poet and editor born in the Ukraine. He was influential in the development of modern Hebrew and its literature in Israel through his… …   Wikipedia

  • Avraham Shlonsky — Avraham Shlonsky, 1952 Avraham Shlonsky (1936) …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • SHLONSKY, ABRAHAM — (1900–1973), Hebrew poet, editor, and translator. Shlonsky holds a central position in the development of modern Hebrew poetry and modern Israel poetry in particular. His work marks the transition from the rhetorical, didactic, naturalist type of …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Shlonsky, Abraham — ▪ Israeli poet also spelled  Avraham Shlonski   born March 6, 1900, Poltava province, Russia [now in Ukraine] died May 18, 1973, Tel Aviv–Yafo, Israel       Israeli poet who founded Israel s Symbolist school and was an innovator in using… …   Universalium

  • Shlonsky, Abraham David (Avraham) — (1900 73)    Prominent Israeli poet and essayist. Born in Ukraine, he immigrated (see ALIYA) in 1921 to Palestine, where he worked as a laborer for several years. After a brief sojourn in France, he returned to Palestine and in 1925 joined the… …   Historical Dictionary of Israel

  • Shlonsky — n. family name; Avraham Shlonsky (1812 1858) poet editor and Hebrew translator, one of the early Israeli settlers …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Avraham Shlonsky — (1812 1858) poet editor and Hebrew translator, one of the early Israeli settlers …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Abraham Shlonsky — Avraham Shlonsky Avraham Shlonsky (hebr. אברהם שלונסקי‎; * 6. März 1900 in Karjokow/Ukraine; † 18. Mai 1973 in Tel Aviv) war ein israelischer Schriftsteller und Übersetzer …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Abraham Shlonsky — en 1936 Abraham Chlonsky (Karyokov (Ukraine), 6 mars 1900 – Tel Aviv, 18 mai 1973), Hébreu: אברהם שלונסקי‎, Russe: Аврам Шлёнский (Parfois orthographié Chlonsky), est un poète et éditeur israélien. Sa famille était d origine juive …   Wikipédia en Français

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