Modern Hebrew Literature 1: Lives in Disguise

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Gershon Shaked
Toby, 2004 - Fiction - 186 pages
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For over 40 years, Modern Hebrew Literature has helped English speakers keep abreast of Israel's hyper-active literary scene. Now published by The Toby Press and edited by the Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature, each issue will include translations of excerpts from forthcoming new novels and short stories, articles on a variety of literary topics, interviews with authors, and a selection of poetry and reviews of books recently published in Hebrew. The first issue of the new series, Lives in Disguise, brings excerpts of new works by Sapir Prize winner Amir Gutfreund, Yoram Kaniuk, Haim Be'er plus many other new writers. Join us!

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An enjoyable collection of excerpts, poems, essays and reviews of recent Israeli literature. Particularly liked the short story by Yoav Alvin 'My Brother Me'. A good source for discovering some ... Read full review


Yoram Kaniuk I Did it My Way
Yossi Avni Auntie Farhuma Wasnt a Whore After All
Yossi Sucary Emilia

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Gershon Shaked was Professor Emeritus of Hebrew Literature at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

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