Goldberg, Lea

(1911–70)
   Israel poet and literary critic. Lea Goldberg was born in Koenigsberg in East Prussia, and educated at the Hebrew high school and the university in Kovno, Lithuania. She continued her studies at Berlin and Bonn universities, received her Ph.D in 1933, the year HITLER came to power, and returned to Lithuania, where she taught history and literature. In 1935 she emigrated to Palestine, and the same year published her first volume of poetry, Smoke Rings. She worked as a literary critic and editor on the Israel papers Davar and Al Hamishmar, was literary adviser to the national theatre, Habimah, and from 1952 taught comparative literature at the Hebrew University.
   Lea Goldberg’s writings include poetry, prose and a play. She translated a number of European classics into Hebrew, and wrote critical works on Russian and Italian literature.

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  • GOLDBERG, LEA — (1911–1970), Hebrew poet and critic. Born in Koenigsberg, Eastern Prussia, she spent the early years of her childhood in Russia but after the Revolution her family returned to their home in Kovno, Lithuania. While still a schoolgirl, Lea Goldberg …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Goldberg, Lea — (1911 70)    Prominent Hebrew poet, critic, and literary scholar. Born in Koeningsberg, Germany (East Prussia), she immigrated (see ALIYA) to Palestine in 1935. Her first volume of Hebrew verse, Tabaot Ashan (Smoke Rings) appeared shortly after… …   Historical Dictionary of Israel

  • Lea Goldberg — Nombre completo Lea Goldberg Nacimiento 29 de mayo de 1911 …   Wikipedia Español

  • Lea — oder Leah ist ein weiblicher Vorname sowie ein Familienname. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Herkunft und Bedeutung 2 Namenstag 3 Personen dieses Namens 3.1 Vorname …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Léa Goldberg — Leah Goldberg Leah Goldberg, 1946 Leah Goldberg, (en hébreu: לאה גולדברג), née le 29 mai 1911 à Königsberg, alors en Allemagne, décédée le 15 janvier 1970 à Jérusalem, est une femme de lettres prolifique en hébreu, poétesse, auteur de livres en… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Leah Goldberg — Leah Goldberg, 1946 Leah Goldberg, (hébreu : לאה גולדברג), née le 29 mai 1911 à Königsberg, à l époque en Prusse orientale (Allemagne), décédée le 15 janvier 1970 à Jérusalem, est une femme de lettres prolifique …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Léah Goldberg — Leah Goldberg Leah Goldberg, 1946 Leah Goldberg, (en hébreu: לאה גולדברג), née le 29 mai 1911 à Königsberg, alors en Allemagne, décédée le 15 janvier 1970 à Jérusalem, est une femme de lettres prolifique en hébreu, poétesse, auteur de livres en… …   Wikipédia en Français

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  • Leah Goldberg — ( he. לאה גולדברג, May 29, 1911 January 15, 1970) was a prolific Hebrew poet, and a translator and researcher of Hebrew literature. BiographyBorn in Königsberg [, Germany, Leah Goldberg listed two contradictory birth places: in a 1956… …   Wikipedia

  • Leah Goldberg — Leah Goldberg, 1946 Leah Goldberg (* 29. Mai 1911 in Königsberg; † 15. Januar 1970 in Jerusalem, Israel) war eine israelische Schriftstellerin, Übersetzerin und Sprachwissenschaftlerin …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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