My Little Sister and Selected Poems, 1965-1985

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OBERLIN COLLEGE Press(OH), 1986 - Poetry - 159 pages
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The title sequence is justly famous as one of the major pieces of literature to come out of the Holocaust. It appears here with a new selection of Abba Kovner's work spanning his forty-plus years as one of Israel's leading poets. The noted American-Israeli poet Shirley Kaufman had the privilege of working directly with Kovner on these versions in the years before his death.

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Contents

Acknowledgments
9
from FROM ALL THE LOVES
25
MY LITTLE SISTER
45
from A CANOPY IN THE DESERT
85
from OBSERVATIONS
97
from
117
Uncollected
129
Notes
153
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About the author (1986)

Shirley Kaufman was born in Seattle, lived in San Francisco, and immigrated to Jerusalem in 1973. Eight volumes of her award-winning poetry have been published in the United States, three by Copper Canyon Press. She lives in Jerusalem, Israel.

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