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Moisei Fishbein

Moisei Fishbein, born in Chernivtsi, Ukraine, emigrated to Israel in 1979 and works in Munich, Germany. His publications include three books of poetry, Apokrif (1996), Zbirka bez nazvy (1985), and Yambove-kolo (1974), as well as children's literature, literary translations, and nonfiction.

AGNI has published the following work by Moisei Fishbein:

. . . A mouth contorted in pain (translated from the Ukrainian by J. Kates, with Bohdan Boychuk)
I was killed in nineteen hundred sixteen (translated from the Ukrainian by J. Kates, with Bohdan Boychuk)
In memory of Paul Celan (translated from the Ukrainian by J. Kates, with Bohdan Boychuk)


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