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Nili Landesman - Romance with My Ex

Nili Landesman
Romance with My Ex

Mira is a stylist of fashion productions, creating glamorous illusions for readers of women magazines, but the composition of her own life is far less elegant. In a combination of irony and softness, sensitivity and self irony, Nili Landesman creates a real and unexpected heroine, examining through her the truth behind the romantic fairytale in a world that has lost its innocence a long time ago.  » more

ISBN: 965-7120-71-3

Haim Lapid - The Burning Deer

Haim Lapid
The Burning Deer

An electrifying psychological thriller. Eran Hefetz, a successful man in his prime, discovers that his memory is betraying him. Armed with his sharp logic and obssessive resolution he starts on a journey following the "black holes" which opened up in his consciousness, and the secrets swallowed in them.  » more

ISBN: 978-965-7120-94-1

France Lebee-Nadav - Parties Communes

France Lebee-Nadav
Parties Communes

Parties Communes is an ongoing photographic project since the 1980's. Leb?e-Nadav's camera roams in the twilight zone between private and public spaces, between the street and the house, along courtyards, lobbies and staircases of bourgeois buildings in Tel-Aviv...  » more

ISBN: 978-965-13-2148-1

Shimon Lev - And He Who Can Ask

Shimon Lev
And He Who Can Ask

14 monologues of "becoming secular", the stories of men and women born into a closed religious community who nevertheless dared ask.  » more

ISBN: 965-90216-1-5

Rama Luski - The Edge of the Globe

Rama Luski
The Edge of the Globe

A touching and surprising debut, combining delicate writing with powerful emotion and deep tension. The four chapters of The Edge of the Globe follow the same person in different stations of her life: a young girl goes with her parents...  » more

ISBN: 965-7120-70-5

Yaakov Malkin - The Garden of Epicurus

Yaakov Malkin
The Garden of Epicurus

In view of the growing power of religion, or at least its expressions in the public domain, this book offers an alternative, an alternative through which older generations were liberated from the authority of religion...  » more

ISBN: 978-965-560-005-6

Aharon Megged - The Ten Days of Awe

Aharon Megged
The Ten Days of Awe

Juda Harkavi, a historian of ancient Middle Eastern civilizations, discovers that the Canaanite letters he wrote down have gone missing. He decides to look for them in Jerusalem. On his journey he struggles with other things he has lost, in particular the disappearance of his Circassian wife Osnat.  » more

ISBN: 978-965-13-2145-0

Aharon Megged - Graves of Lust

Aharon Megged
Graves of Lust

This is a story about deep love, terrible jealousy and craving for death. Yehonathan Dotan is madly in love with his wife, but an old head injury causes him to experience...  » more

ISBN: 978-965-13-2375-1

Nahum Megged - When Time is Cracked and the Trees Cry

Nahum Megged
When Time is Cracked and the Trees Cry

An Israeli anthropoligst flees the country and the bitter memories that chase him, and finds refuge in the Amazonian jungles, embraced by an isolated Indian tribe. As he becomes part of the tribe he is slowly trapped in its magical world - behind every tree, inside every holy cave and at the end of each night he finds secrets to be deciphered, relics of grand civilizations swallowed by the forest, riddles and signs.  » more

ISBN: 965-7120-49-7

Ioram Melcer - Snow in Albania

Ioram Melcer
Snow in Albania

A collection of stories full of the joy of invention, all dealing with metamorphosis. In all the stories a surprising metamorphosis occurs that turns reality on its head, an Israeli couple disappear under a thick cloud of mosquitoes in India and turn up as the living centrepiece of a new religious ceremony; A Russian immigrant, a baritone singer on Jerusalem's sidewalks, turns into a desert mirage…  » more

ISBN: 965-90216-8-2

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Yonni and Danni are identical twins who were separated soon after birth, until an accidental encounter brings them together again. Eran Bar-Gil weaves a deep and enthralling novel, breathtaking and sober, written musically and touching on some of the most basic human issues - loneliness, what lies beyond it, and the ancient dream of finding one's own image reflected in another person, in music, in art, in love. » more