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Nathan Alterman

Israeli poet and translator most widely known for any 1941 poetic masterpiece entitled Pleasure of the indegent. His other functions consist of Plague Poems and Town of the Dove. He analyzed agronomy in France and worked well in agriculture in Tel Aviv before dedicating himself to poetry and journalism. He was greatly involved with Socialist Zionist politics causes both before and following the formation from the Condition of Israel. He was wedded to Rachel Marcus and experienced one young child. He and writer Abraham Regelson had been both recipients from the Bialik Reward for Literature.

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