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My research examines the contemporary Hebrew poetry of Dahlia Ravikovitch as the prismatic self-portraiture of a lovelorn soul. Across the oeuvre, the poet-persona laments her lifelong experience of love in emotionally dissatisfying proportions. The imbalance affects her personal life and...
Much of the prose literature of the Great War was written by men who took part in it; it often takes the form of docu-novels. Only one example of this genre exists in HebrewâAvigdor Hameiri's war novels. His books are unique in offering the Hebrew-reading public in the 1930s an eyewitness...
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