Nathan Agmon

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Natan Agmon

Nathan Agmon (Hebrew: נתן אגמון‎, born Nathan Bistritzky; Russia 1896 – Tel Aviv, 1980) was a Russian-born Israeli writer and translator.[1]

Agmon came to Palestine in 1920, and was a member of the senior staff of the Jewish National Fund from 1922 till retirement in 1952.[2]

He was best known for his dramatic works, including a libretto for Alexander Tansman on the false messiah Shabtai Tzvi, and a work on Judas Iscariot.

Published works[edit]

  • Days and Nights (Yamim ve-lelot) 1926

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