FEYGE GRINSHPAN-MILSHTEYN (b. December 23, 1910)
She was born in the village of Pyetshalovke, Volhynia. She studied at a Russian school. In 1932 she settled in Kostopol, Volhynia. She survived WWII in a hide-out. From 1948 she was in Israel. Her books include: A lebn af rates, oytentishe shilderungen fun der shoe tkufe (A life in installments, authentic depictions of the Holocaust era) (Tel Aviv: Nay lebn, 1966), 287 pp., with a Hebrew translation by A. Z. Verthaim entitled Benetive hagoral (The routes of destiny) (Ramat-Gan, 1975), 265 pp.
Sources: A. Bataban, in Yidishe tsaytung (Tel Aviv) (November 11, 1966); Y. Emyot, in Forverts (New York) (April 14, 1968); M. Hampel, in Yidishe tsaytung (January 16, 1976).
Berl Kagan, comp., Leksikon fun yidish-shraybers (Biographical dictionary of Yiddish writers) (New York, 1986), cols. 181-82.