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The main languages of Shimon Shmuel (Semion) Frug’s (1860–1916) poetry were Russian and Yiddish, but Hebrew occupied the central place in the cultural ideology of this prominent poet of the Jewish national revival. Shimon Frug wrote some of his last poems in Hebrew. These poems were published after his death. This article deals also with a probable original Hebrew poem by Shimon Frug written at the very beginning of his literary career. The most close connection of Frug with Hebrew language made him a natural successor of Yehuda Leib Gordon (1830–1892) and immediate predecessor of Haim Nachman Bialik (1871–1934) in the role of Jewish national poet when it seemed that the continuity of Hebrew poetry is broken.