Wengeroff, Pauline W.

(1833-1916)
   Russian writer. She was born in Bobruisk, Belorussia, and became the wife of Hanan Wengeroff, a banker and communal worker in Minsk. Her memoirs depict the life of a rich Jewish family in the period before and after the Haskalah.

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  • Pauline Wengeroff — (russisch Полина Юльевна Венгерова, Polina Juljewna Wengerowa; * 1833 in Babrujsk; † 1916 in Minsk) war eine russisch jüdische Autorin. Sie hinterließ kulturgeschichtlich bedeutsame Memoiren zur Welt der russisch jüdischen Frau. Sie ist die… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • Wengerow — (Vengerov, Wengeroff) ist ein russischer Familienname. Bekannte Namensträger sind: Isabelle Vengerova (1877–1956), Pianistin Maxim Vengerov (* 1974), Geiger Pauline Wengeroff (1833–1916), Autorin Diese Seite ist …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Max Lilienthal — Max Lilienthal. Dr. Max Lilienthal (November 6, 1815 – April 6, 1882) was a German born adviser for the reform of Jewish schools in Russia and later a rabbi and proponent of Reform Judaism in the United States. Contents 1 …   Wikipedia

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  • Венгеров Семен Афанасьевич — критик и историк литературы. Родился в 1855 г. в Лубнах. Мать немецкая писательница (Pauline Wengeroff, Memoiren einer Grossmutter , 2 тт., Б., 1908 1910). Два года учился в медико хирургической академии; позднее получил степени кандидата прав и… …   Биографический словарь

  • Венгерова, Паулина Юлиевна — писательница, род. в 1833 г. в Бобруйске в богатой купеческой семье (отец ее, Иегуда Эпштейн, написал ряд комментариев к Талмуду), в 1850 г. вышла замуж за Афанасия Венгерова, общественного деятеля в Минске, затем переселилась за границу. Ее перу …   Большая биографическая энциклопедия

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