Russian-born Israeli poet, children’s author, editor, and translator known for Tough Rocks, Me and Tali in Lhama Nation, and other functions. He was a receiver of the Bialik Reward, the Israel Reward, and numerous additional literary honors. His mom was a Russian Groundbreaking, and his more youthful sister was a musical prodigy; he, as well, demonstrated great early guarantee and analyzed at Tel Aviv’s Herzliya Hebrew SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL. He was voted by an Israeli Ynet information poll in 2005 because the 175th most significant Israeli ever sold. He married a female called Lucia, but experienced an affair having a friend’s wife, Mira Horwitz, with whom he previously a kid in 1936. He received the Tchernichovsky Reward for his Hebrew translation of William Shakespeare’s dramatic masterpiece, Hamlet.