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Brenner, Joseph Ḥayyim, 1881-1921

LC control no.n 50044279
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPJ5053.B7
Personal name headingBrenner, Joseph Ḥayyim, 1881-1921
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Variant(s)Brener, Yosef Ḥayim, 1881-1921
Brenner, Yosef Haim, 1881-1921
Brener, Y. Ḥ. (Yosef Ḥayim), 1881-1921
Brenner, Yoseph Hayyim, 1881-1921
Brenner, Josef Chajim, 1881-1921
Brenner, Y. H., 1881-1921
Brenner, Josefh Chayim, 1881-1921
Brenner, J. H., 1881-1921
Brenner, Joseph Chayim, 1881-1921
Brener, Yoysef Ḥayem, 1881-1921
Brenner, Yossef Hayim, 1881-1921
ב־ר, ח׳׳י
ברנר, יוסף חיים
ברנר, יוסף חיים, 1881־1291
ברנר, יוסף חיים, 1881־1912
ברנר, יוסף חיים, 1881־1921
ברנר, יוסף חיים, 1921-1881
ברנר, יוסף חײם, 1921־1881
ברנר, י. ה.
ברנר, י. ח.
ברנר, י. ח., 1881־1921
ברנר, י.ח., 1921־1881
ברענער, יוסף חיים
ברענער, יוסף חיים, 1881־1921
ברענער, י. ח., 1881־1921
ברענער, י.ח
Birth date18810911
Death date19210502
Place of birthNovi Mlyny (Ukraine)
Place of deathTel Aviv (Israel)
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Found inRabinowitz, A.S. Joseph Ḥayyim Brenner, 1922.
Ramraz-Raʼukh, G. Y.Ḥ. Brener ṿeha-sifrut ha-modernit, c1979: t.p. (Y.Ḥ. Brener) p. 7 (Yosef Ḥayim Brener)
Collier's, 1973 (Brenner, Joseph Hayyim)
Americana, 1975 (Brenner, Yosef Hayyim [index]; Yoseph Hayyim Brenner, 1881-1921 [text])
Encyc. Judaica, 1971 (Brenner, Joseph Ḥayyim, 1881-1921)
Even, J. Omanut ha-sipur shel Y.Ḥ. Brener, c1977: t.p. verso (Y.H. Brenner [in rom.])
His Ba-ḥoref, 1988: t.p. (Y.Ḥ. Brener) t.p. verso (Josefh Chayim Brenner [in rom.])
His Ben mayim le-mayim, 1979 or 1980: t.p. (Y.Ḥ. Brener) t.p. verso (J.H. Brenner [in rom.])
Sagi, Avi To be a Jew, 2011: ECIP t.p. (Joseph Chayim Brenner).
Yossef Hayim Brenner ... 1961: p. 4. of cover (Yoysef Ḥayem Brener [in Heb.])
Wikipedia, July 23, 2014 (Yosef Haim Brenner (also Yosef Chaim Brenner) was a Russian-born Hebrew-language author, one of the pioneers of modern Hebrew literature; b. September 11, 1881, Novi Mlini, Ukraine; d. May 2, 1921, Tel Aviv, Israel)