Mishkovsky, Zelda

Mishkovsky, Zelda
   Israeli poet. She was born in Chernigov in the Ukraine. She emigrated to Jeruslaem at the age of 11, and taught in a religious school for girls. Her poetry contains ultra-Orthodox and modern sensibilities. She became known by her forename alone.

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