Tuesday, 2 May 2017


            He lived in Kovno and in Vilna.  He was a private Yiddish and Hebrew teacher and bookseller.  He published stories in: Kol mevaser (Herald) and Hamelits (The advocate)—in Odessa; and Hamagid (The preacher) in Lik (under the pen name Ym”l).  He authored the storybooks: A volveler bisin, a sipur hamayseh, kloymersht pakhozhe af a roman (A cheap morsel, a story, as it were, resembling a novel) (Vilna, 1892), 59 pp.; and Di tsvey taybelekh, oder der shtiler vehtog (The two little doves, or the quiet pain) (Vilna, 1896), 64 pp.
Khayim Leyb Fuks

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