He came from Volhynia. He lived in Vilna and later in London. He was active in the Jewish anarchist movement. He contributed to and proofread publications of R. Mazin. He published sketches and humorous pieces in Arbayter fraynd (Workers’ friend) and in Mazin’s biweekly publication Der tsienist (The Zionist) in London (1903-1904), among others. He authored: a novel in verse, which he later reworked into a drama entitled Di traye liebe, a roman der nayer tsayt (Devoted love, a novel of modern times), a comedy in four acts (Vilna, 1`891), 103 pp.; and Nokh tsien, bruder (After Zion, brother) (London: Mazin, 1904), 12 pp. Further information unavailable.
Khayim Leyb Fuks
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