The hymns of Job and other poems
"Bejerano crosses boundaries as a matter of fact, giving voice to the first female Job (perhaps not only in Hebrew, but the world over) as if this were the most natural expressive venue for a single mother in Tel Aviv of the 1990s."-Professor Yael Feldman, New York University Maya Bejeranowas born in Israel in 1949. She has published ten volumes of poetry in Israel, including her collected poems, Frequencies(2005). The Hymns of Job and Other Poemsmarks her first full-length American edition. Translator Tsipi Kellerwas born in Prague, raised in Israel, and has been living in the United States since 1974.
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