MOYSHE-SHMUEL LESIGER (MOSHE SHEMUEL LESSIGER)
He hailed from Novogrudek (Navaredok), Byelorussia, the son of a rabbi. In his youth he came to the United States. He lived in Detroit and St. Louis. He published translations from the Talmud and Midrashim in: Dos idishe likht (The Jewish light) (1923-1926) in New York, Der veg-vayzer (The guide) in Boston, and elsewhere. In book form: Di perl fun talmud, moralishe un filozofishe maymorim un shprikhverter fun talmud (Gems from the Talmud, moral and philosophical essays and sayings from the Talmud) (St. Louis, 1925), 2 parts, 12 pp. in Yiddish and 12 pp. in English.
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