Abramovich Solomon Moiseevich( Outstanding slangy writer)
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Biography Abramovich Solomon Moiseevich
slangy outstanding writer, known by the pseudonym Mendele Moher SFOR (Mendel-bookseller). Born in 1836. Delivered with journalistic articles on education and transferred to the Hebraic language of the natural history of Professor Lenz. Soon he came to believe that the people should be paid to the language which he understands, and he began to write almost exclusively in the jargon. The enormous success was his novel "nag" (1873), where, under the guise of an unhappy, sick, all the persecuted nags depicts the life of Russian Jewry, oppressed by government action. In the story "The chip is lame, given the picture of the social system of beggars: Judaism, . sometimes living from day to day, . not knowing morning, . where it will hold a night, . which has no definite occupation, . described as a big old feedbag, , . sometimes fill that one garbage, . else,
. Under the influence of pogroms 1880 A., . again returning to the 'ancient language, . written several novels and short stories, . which, . addition to representatives of the old Jewish, . appear and the people of the new generation, . seeking to Palestine - far away from the pogroms,
. - In Russian, some product A. published in the "Voskhod", in "Life" and separately. Some works are A. there are Polish.