Bergelson, David

Bergelson, David
   Ukrainian writer. He initially wrote in Russian and Hebrew but later published Yiddish novels, plays and stories. His works depict Russian Jewish urban life in the early 20th century. After living in Berlin for 11 years, he returned to the USSR, where he published realistic novels with a pro-communist emphasis.

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  • BERGELSON, DAVID — (1884–1952), Russian Yiddish writer. Born in Okhrimovo (Sarna), near Uman, in the Ukraine, Bergelson was the son of a pious Talner ḥasid and prominent lumber and grain merchant, who died when Bergelson was only nine; his mother died five years… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Bergelson, David — (1884–1952)    Russian Yiddish writer. Bergelson grew up in the Ukraine, and in his early fiction, such as the novel Noch Alemen (1913), made a reputation for a sensitive portrayal of the Russian Jewish communities. After he settled in Moscow in… …   Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament

  • David Bergelson — David (ou Dovid) Bergelson (דוד בערגעלסאָן) (12 août 1884 12 août 1952) est un écrivain de langue yiddish. Né en Ukraine, il vécut à Berlin (Allemagne), jusqu à l arrivée au pouvoir d Hitler. Il décida alors de retourner en …   Wikipédia en Français

  • David Bergelson — David (or Dovid) Bergelson (דוד בערגעלסאָן) (August 12, 1884 – August 12, 1952) was a Yiddish language writer. Ukrainian born, he lived for a time in Berlin, Germany. He moved back to the Soviet Union when Adolf Hitler came to power in Germany.… …   Wikipedia

  • David Bergelson — (auch: Dovid Bergelson oder David Bergelsohn; * 12. August 1884 in Ochrimowo, Russland, Gouvernement Kiew, heute Sarny, Ukraine; † 12. oder 13. August 1952) war jiddischer Romancier realistisch sozia …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Bergelson — ist der Name folgender Personen David Bergelson (1884–1952), russischer Schriftsteller Vitaly Bergelson (* 1950), russischer Mathematiker Diese Seite ist eine Begriffsklärung zur Unterscheidung mehrerer mit demselben Wort bezeichneter Begriff …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • David Frishman — David Frishman, né en 1859 en Pologne, et décédé en 1922, est un poète, essayiste, conteur, critique et journaliste, un des premiers écrivains majeurs de la littérature hébraïque moderne. Sommaire 1 Biographie 2 …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Bergelson — Bẹrgelson,   David, jiddischer Schriftsteller, * Ochrimowo (Ukraine) 12. 8. 1884, ✝ Moskau 12. 8. 1952; fiel einer stalinistischen Säuberungsaktion zum Opfer; beschrieb in Romanen, Erzählungen und Dramen die Welt des Ostjudentums und… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • HOFSTEIN, DAVID — (1889–1952), Yiddish poet. Born in the Ukraine, he had a traditional Jewish education and began to write in Yiddish, Hebrew, Russian, and Ukrainian. However, after the 1917 Revolution he wrote only in Yiddish, contributing to various publications …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Yiddish literature — Introduction       the body of written works produced in the Yiddish language of Ashkenazic (Ashkenazi) Jewry (central and eastern European Jews and their descendants).       Yiddish literature culminated in the period from 1864 to 1939, inspired …   Universalium

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