Friday 29 April 2016


            He was born in Żarek, near Wieluń, Poland.  He studied in religious primary school and yeshivas.  In 1874 he moved to England.  He published poetry in Fonograf (Phonograph) and Di tsayt (The time) in London.  He was the author of the pamphlets: Mayn lebns geshikhte (My life story) (London, 1930), 16 pp., in which he described in verse the life of a Jewish boy from Poland and his wanderings; and Shire zimra (Songs to sing), nature and love songs in Yiddish and Hebrew (London, 1933), 19 pp.  He died in Dublin, Ireland.

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