- Cha·im Nach·man [khahy-eem nahkh-mahn; English khahy-im nahkh-muh n] /xaɪˈim nɑxˈmɑn; English ˈxaɪ ɪm ˈnɑx mən/, 1873–1934, Hebrew poet, born in Russia.
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Contemporary Examples of bialik
Bialik credits a tutor she had when she was 15 for changing the trajectory of her life.
Now all Bialik needs to figure out is how to calm her nerves about the Emmys.
“She made it so beautiful and so lyrical,” said Bialik, whose parents were English teachers.
When Bialik first heard the theory from friends who using it to raise their children, she thought they were crazy.
“To be loved by fans is so important but to finally get critical acknowledgement is a very big deal for all of us,” Bialik said.
Historical Examples of bialik
A little later, the young poet Bialik gave powerful utterance to his feeling of wrath and shame in his "Burden of Nemirov."
Jabotinsky gave various lectures, one especially on Bialik, the great Jewish poet, being particularly memorable.With the Judans in the Palestine Campaign
J. H. (John Henry) Patterson
- Hayyim Nahman (ˈhaɪm ˈnɑxman) or Chaim Nachman . 1873–1934, Russian Jewish poet and writer. His long poems The Talmud Student (1894) and In the City of Slaughter (1903) established him as the major Hebrew poet of modern times