Braudes, Reuben Asher
- (1851-1902)Lithuanian Hebrew novelist and reformer. He was born in Vilna and lived in Odessa, Warsaw and Lemberg where he edited the monthly journal Ha-Boker Or. He later lived in Romania and Vienna. His novel Two Extremes depicts the limitations of Haskalah and Orthodoxy, and endorses Jewish nationalism. His writings, which advocate social and religious reform, reflect the intellectual changes taking place in eastern European Jewish society at the end of the 19th century.
Dictionary of Jewish Biography. Dan Cohn-Sherbok.
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BRAUDES, REUBEN ASHER — (1851–1902), Hebrew novelist and advocate of social and religious reform. Braudes, who was born in Vilna, early established a reputation as a brilliant talmudic student, and published his first articles in the rabbinic periodical Ha Levanon… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
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MEZAḤ (Segal), JOSHUA HA-LEVI — (1834–1917), Hebrew and Yiddish author. Born in Lithuania in the Kovno region, near Zagare, Mezaḥ (whose pen name derives from the initials of Mi Zager Ḥadash ) lived in many different Jewish settlements in Russia and Romania, and for the last 25 … Encyclopedia of Judaism