RABINOWITZ, ZINA (1895–1965), Hebrew writer. Born in Bendery, Bessarabia, she went to Ereẓ Israel in 1913. With the outbreak of World War i she returned to Bessarabia and later continued her studies at Moscow University. After living in the U.S., Canada and Palestine, she permanently settled in Israel in 1961.
Her poems and stories first appeared in Ha-Shilo'aḥ during World War i, after which she continued to publish stories and travel articles in Hebrew and Yiddish. Her books include Ma'aseh be-Makkel (1960), Ba-Derekh la-Ḥerut (1962), and Be-Ahavatam Nitgallu (1963).
Kressel, Leksikon, 2 (1967), 816.
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