M. lived in Riga, Latvia, where he published several
books in Yiddish, such as "Idn in di baltishe mlukhut"., "Humoristish-satirishe
karikaturn", "Der veybersher gulm", "Hartz un neshama",
"Idish blut", "Di kroyn fun lekn" and "Der idisher
hoyker", also in German -- "Der mentshn-freynt" and in
Russian -- "Dos itstike lebn in rusland".
Furthermore M. published his
"Nkmh far idn! Oder di klh fun idishn folk. A bild fun
der idisher folk[s] neshama in 4 acts. Riga 1926" [p.
92], "Lenin af yener velt, a muzikalishe feerye in eyn akt, Riga 1927" [p. 11] and "Di shlang, a tragedy
of our lives in three acts and six scenes" in [ineveynikstn
] title page: dramatic play in three one-acters, Riga
1927, p. 28].
Moshe Shalit dedicated to M.
a special article in "LIt. bleter", in which he wrote
among other things: "Mr. Morat's "work" must be [kyualifitsirn]
in a department of psychopathology, soft-spoken and
unrelated, available [opteylungen] in a bibliographic
yearbook. [Gevv?s aiz registratsye] to qualification?,
but in the [dringenst faln muz men oykh makhn di
geherike bamerkungen oder shteln di batrefndike keplekh
un ?fshr take eynfi?n di noytike klamern un
Moshe Shalit --
bleter", Warsaw, 9, 1930.