He came from Nesvizh (Nesvyžius), Byelorussia. He was the author of morality books and translations of midrashim into Yiddish, such as: Divre moyshe (Words of Moses), “collected fine essays, stories, and fables from the Talmud and midrashim” (Berdichev, 1901), 30 pp.; and Mayse khakhomim (A story of wide men) (Berdichev, 1907), 32 pp.
Khayim Leyb Fuks
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