[Mendele] Mendele Personal Notices & Announcements--Malasha Mali

Victor Bers victor.bers at yale.edu
Tue Jun 26 20:45:53 EDT 2012


Mendele Personal Notices & Announcements

June 26, 2012

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From: SCZUCKER at aol.com
Date:Jun 21 (6 days ago)
Subject Malasha Mali:

Malasha Mali

Efsher veyst emetser ven di shraybern Malasha Mali (Mem pasekh-alef
shin yud) iz geshtorbn (oyb zi iz geshtorbn). Zi iz geboyrn gevorn in
1921 in Lodz, hot oyle geven un iz mistome geshtorbn in Yisroel. Zi
hot aroysgegebn dos bukh Geviter  vi oykh Tsvey Veltn. In 1991 hot zi
nokh gelebt.

Death date of Israeli Yiddish writer Malasha Mali

Does anyone know in what year the writer Malasha Mali died (if she has
died). She was born in 1921 in  Lodz, made aliyah and probably died in
Israel. She published the books Geviter and Tsvey Veltn. As far as I
can tell she was still alive in 1991. Thanks, Sheva Z


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