A. N. (RUTMAN) OSTROVSKI (OSTROWSKY) (d. ca. 1980)
From the 1930s through the end of the 1940s, he was living in Chicago and the 1960s in Ḥolon, Israel. He returned to Chicago in the mid-1970s. Among his works: Yoyev ben tsruye, biblishe drame (Yoav Ben Tzruya, biblical drama) (Chicago: M. Tseshinski, 1937), 63 pp.; Peyrush, komentar af matye, di ershte evangelye fun nayem testament (Commentary on Matthew, the first gospel of the New Testament), three parts (Chicago, 1958), part 1, 464 pp.; Dertseylungen un drame (Stories and drama [Yoyev ben tsruye]), vol. 1 (Tel Aviv, 1963), 140 pp.; Zalmen ripe (Zalme Ripe), 3 parts (Tel Aviv, 1964), part 1, 652 pp.; Kritisher analiz af “man fun matseres”fun sholem ash (A critical analysis of “The Man from Nazareth” by Sholem Asch), 2 vols. (Tel Aviv, 1968), part 1, 448 pp. He died in Chicago.