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The centrality of Brenner and Agnon in the formation of the Hebrew literature of the twentieth century from its beginning, can be termed here in short: The debate between the "Brenner School" and the "Agnon School." The Brenner School casts doubt on the social values of Judaism and of Zionism,...
This article discusses three midrashim that include peshat and linguistic interpretations of verses in the Bible. At first glance, it seems that the verses are interpreted in a typical midrashic manner, namely, imaginatively and creatively, unlike the approach of modern scholars. An...
This study engages with information structure concepts to explore the pragmatic function(s) of fronted deictic terms in Jeremiah 1:1-2:2. Accounting for deictic terms within the pre-verbal field of Biblical Hebrew sentences is important because like the spoken word, the written text is...
In the poems left by Leah Goldberg published posthumously in the collection SheÊ¾erit Hahaim, there are a number of "death-poems" that give expression to some kind of "death experience." A study of these poems reveals a radical change in relation to death and its poetic expression that...
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