German journalist and writer; born at Johannisberg, Prussia, Feb. 18,1868. He was occupied for a time as a clerk in a second-hand bookstore at Venice, after which he engaged in journalism at Berlin. He is now (1904) among the foremost Jewish writers. In addition to his journalistic work Lublinsky has written the following works, all published in Berlin: "Jüdische Charactere bei Grillparzer, Hebbel, und O. Ludwig" and "Literatur und Gesellschaft im 19ten Jahrhundert" (1899); "Multatuli" and "Der Imperator," dramas (1901); "Gescheitert," a novel (1901); "Hannibal," a drama (1902).
- Kürschner, Deutscher Literatur-Kalender, p. 811;
- Aḥiasaf, 1898-99, p. 117.