MAMISTABOLOB, ABRAHAM , Georgian poet, born in the village of Staliniri, formerly Tskhinvali. A collection of his poems published in 1957 includes two poems based on Jewish themes, "Wedding in the Jewish Quarter" and "The Family."
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