Isaiah Berschadski


Pen name of Isaiah Domaschewitski; born, 1871, near Derechin, Government

of Grodno (Lithuania), White Russia; died, 1909, in Warsaw; education,

Jewish and secular; teacher of Hebrew in Ekaterinoslav, Southern Russia;

in business, in Ekaterinoslav and Baku; editor, in 1903, of Ha-Zeman,

first in St. Petersburg, then in Wilna; after a short sojourn in Riga

removed to Warsaw; writer of novels and short stories, almost

exclusively in Hebrew; contributor to Ha-Meliz, Ha-Shiloah, and other

periodicals; pen names besides Berschadski: Berschadi, and Shimoni;

collected works in Hebrew, Tefusim u-Zelalim, Warsaw, 1899, and Ketabim

Aharonim, Warsaw, 1909.