Wednesday 28 August 2019


            He wrote about literary matters, but mostly anti-religious essays.  He contributed work to: Ratnbildung (Soviet education), Hamer (Hammer), and other serials.  In book form: Revolyutsye un religye (Revolution and religion) (1928); Keyne avles tut er nit, got (He’s done nothing wrong, God) (1928); Mit vos iz shedlekh di religye (How religion is harmful) (Kharkov: Central Publ., 1930), 48 pp.; Di valn in di ratn un di arbeter-farzorgung (The elections and councils in the workers’ boarding homes) (Kharkov: Central Publ., 1930), 45 pp.; Peysekh (Passover) (Kharkov: Central Publ., 1930), 48 pp.; Higyenishe mitsves kosher un treyf, mile (Hygienic deeds, kosher and treyf, circumcision) (Kharkov: Central Publ., 1931), 55 pp.; Yomnoyrim (Days of awe [= High Holidays]) (Kharkov: Central Publ., 1931), 47 pp.; Der yunger apikoyres, antireligyener leyen-bukh (The young heretic, anti-religious reader) (Kharkov: Central Publ., 1931), 191 pp.; Antireligyezer deklamater (Anti-religious declaimer), with Khatskl Nadel (Kharkov: Central Publ., 1932), 70 pp.; Der yidisher arbeter als teyl funem gantsn arbeter-klas (The Jewish worker as a part of the entire working class) (Kharkov: Central Publ., 1932), 57 pp.

Source: Chone Shmeruk, comp., Pirsumim yehudiim babrit-hamoatsot, 1917-1961 (Jewish publications in the Soviet Union, 1917-1961) (Jerusalem, 1962), see index.
Berl Cohen

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