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Israeli literary establishment has consistently assessed Almog as a writer preoccupied with "women's romantic issues." I propose that Almog's ars poetica focuses on two aspects of the woman-artist's interaction with the world: the artist's growth in patriarchal society,...
The late professor of Hebrew literature at the Hebrew University Gershon Shaked pointed to an essay he published in 1978 on S. Y. Agnon's novel Hakhnasat kalah as one of his best pieces of critical writing. As a tribute to Shaked, this article examines the scholarly qualities that the...
The paper aims to contribute to the discussion about the problem of verbal tenses in biblical poetic discourse. The present research is based on three main insights: (1) The verbal forms in the poetic text are analyzed according to the universal semantic and pragmatic parameters; (2) The...
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