Elhanan Leib Levinsky: A Pioneer of Hebrew Literature and Zionism
Elhanan Leib Levinsky (in Yiddish: Levinski; March 21, 1857 – October 27, 1910) was a Hebrew and Yiddish writer, one of the early members of the Lovers of Zion movement in Russia, a Hebrew educator, an Odessa storyteller, and the director of the branch of "Carmel Eretz Yisrael" in Odessa. He was a close friend of Ahad Ha'am, participated in several Zionist congresses, and published numerous articles in the newspapers "HaPardes" and "HaShiloach."
* "Malchuta D'Raki'a U'Malchuta D'Aretz" (The Kingdom of Heaven and the Kingdom of Earth: Reflections on Yom Kippur).
* "HaShavita" (The Rest).
* "Devarim Be'Alma" (Random Thoughts).
Articles and Essays:
* "Chochmat Yisrael U'Techunatah BeYamim HaHem" (The Wisdom of Israel and Its Essence in Those Days).
* "Yom-Tov HaSheni" (The Second Day of Yom Tov).
* "Machshavot U'Ma'asim XLII" (Thoughts and Deeds XLII).
* "Mitzvah Kalah" (A Light Mitzvah).
* "Yafeifuto Shel Yefet III" (The Beauty of Japheth III).
* "Machshavot U'Ma'asim XXIV" (Thoughts and Deeds XXIV).
* "Me'at Atztagninut" (A Little Estrangement).
* "Machshavot U'Ma'asim XXXXVI" (Thoughts and Deeds XXXXVI).
* "Machshavot U'Ma'asim XXXXVII" (Thoughts and Deeds XXXXVII).
* "Luachot Yeshanim" (Old Tablets).
* "Birkush Gadol" (A Great Blessing).
* "Machshavot U'Ma'asim 28" (Thoughts and Deeds 28).
* "Machshavot U'Ma'asim LXI" (Thoughts and Deeds LXI).
* "Lechazon HaRuchot" (To the Vision of Spirits).
* "HaShekel U'Dmei Chanukah" (The Shekel and the Price of Hanukkah).
Memoirs and Diaries:
* "Mayim Ad Yam" (From Sea to Sea).
Elhanan Leib Levinsky played a pivotal role in the early days of Hebrew literature and the Zionist movement, contributing not only through his writings but also through his involvement in various Zionist activities. His legacy continues to be a source of inspiration for those who cherish the Hebrew language and the dream of a Jewish homeland.