Gideon's spring: a man and his kibbutz
Ticknor & Fields, 1985 - Biography & Autobiography - 333 pages
The memoirs of the preeminent Israeli poet also chronicles the history of En Harod, Israel's largest kibbutz, and the Zionist-socialist ideals that inspired and unified its members
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