Fichman, Jacob


Fichman, Jacob
(1881–1958)
   Hebrew poet and critic. Fichman came from Bessarabia, and settled in Palestine in 1912. He became influential as a literary critic and the editor of several intellectual journals, such as Moledet and Moznayim. His poetry is marked by a tender lyrical quality, and a feeling for the Palestine landscape.

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