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Brainin was the author of several pamphlets, the most important of which were his sketch of Pereẓ Smolenskin's life and works (Warsaw, 1896); and a translation of M. Lazarus' essay on Jeremiah (Warsaw, 1897). He also wrote about one hundred biographical sketches of modern Jewish scholars and writers.
To "Aḥiasaf" Brainin contributed the following articles:
"Ilane Sraḳ" (Barren Trees) (i. 32)
"Bar Ḥalafta" (ii. 71)
"Dappim Meḳuṭṭa'im" (Loose Leaves) (v. 120).
He also contributed to the same periodical the following biographical sketches: