He was living in Bucharest in the 1930s when he wrote poetry on social themes. He spent time in prison. Among his books: Moldavye, mayn heym, lider un poemen (Moldavia, my home, songs and poems) (Bucharest, 1938), 45 pp.; Kh’hob geefnt breyt di toyern (I’ve opened the gates widely), poems (Bucharest, 1939).
Source: Faroys (Forward) (Warsaw) (April 15 and 28, 1938).
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