Gabriel Preil

Gabriel Yehoshua Preil (August 21, 1911 in Estonia – June 5, 1993 in Jerusalem) was a Hebrew and Yiddish poet, active mainly in the United States.

References

*"The Modern Hebrew Poem Itself" (2003), ISBN 0-8143-2485-1


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  • PREIL, GABRIEL JOSHUA — (1911–1993), U.S. Hebrew poet. Born in Dorpat, Estonia, Preil was taken to the United States in 1922. Though he published essays from time to time, wrote in Yiddish and English, and translated from Hebrew into English and from English into Hebrew …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Preil, Gabriel — ▪ 1994       U.S. poet (b. Aug. 21, 1911, Tartu [Dorpat], Estonia d. June 5, 1993, Jerusalem, Israel), was internationally acclaimed for his introspective and lyrical poems written in Hebrew, which he deemed the language of his heart. Though he… …   Universalium

  • Preil, Gabriel — (b. 1911)    American Hebrew poet. He was born in Dorpat, Estonia, and went to the US in 1922. He published essays, translated Hebrew texts into English, and wrote Hebrew poetry …   Dictionary of Jewish Biography

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  • Robert Friend — (1913 1998) was an American born expatriate poet and translator. Friend was born in 1913 in Brooklyn, New York, to Russian immigrant parents. After studying at Brooklyn College, Harvard and Cambridge, he taught English literature and writing in… …   Wikipedia

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