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Dan Tsalka - 11 Stories

Dan Tsalka
11 Stories

Dan Tsalka's best stories are collected in 11 Stories, which is one of the most beautiful books in contemporary Hebrew literature, deep and rich in imagination. The stories were written in the course of three decades, appeared for the first time in six different books, and reflect a wide spectrum of literary options, from a romantic legend to sheer realism, from a dark kabbalistic story to a shining ballad.  » more

ISBN: 965-7120-45-4

Dan Tsalka - Tsalka`s ABC

Dan Tsalka
Tsalka`s ABC

This is a personal book of events and people, arranged alphabetically, drawn from the chequered life of a great Israeli writer. An apparently arbitrary order that forswears the pretension of an autobiography, and offers instead a jigsaw puzzle hinting at a self portrait, enigmatic and riveting.  » more

ISBN: 965-7120-27-6

Dan Tsalka - Under the Sign of the Lotus

Dan Tsalka
Under the Sign of the Lotus

Yanai Valdman, a wondrous combination of peripheral politician and daring artist for whom history is the arena of creation, and Yotam Ninio, a gifted linguist who is expelled from university and becomes a junky and an informer for the Israeli General Security Services, try to take an alleged descendant of the house of David and make him King of Israel.  » more

ISBN: 965-7120-19-5

Dan Tsalka - Morocco: Travel Notes

Dan Tsalka
Morocco: Travel Notes

An author embarks on a journey to the land of his childhood dreams. Three weeks and thousands of kilometres in a small rust-bucket of a car has given birth to a humble, pleasurable, thoughtful, exciting and amusing travel journal.  » more

ISBN: 965-7120-07-1

Dan Tsalka - Thousand Hearts

Dan Tsalka
Thousand Hearts

A celebration for Hebrew literature lovers! Dan Tsalka's masterpiece, "Thousand Hearts", is published now in a newly edited version. In this epic novel, which starts in 1919, with the voyage of the Rousselan - a Zionist version of the Mayflower - from Odessa to Jaffa, Tsalka marvellously weaves the story of the Israeli immigrant society.  » more

ISBN: 965-7120-75-6

Yossi Waxman - The History of Art – A Novel

Yossi Waxman
The History of Art – A Novel

In the middle of the 20th century a group of artists settled in a deserted arab village on Mount Carmel. Over the years they built a museum and galleries, created art and rebuilt the village. More than fifty years later Yedidya and Shlomi were forced ...  » more

ISBN: 978-965-560-015-5

Noa Yedlin - You Ask, God Replies

Noa Yedlin
You Ask, God Replies

An insolent book, daring and original; the perfect gift for readers who like humor. Everything we wanted to know, and not only did not dare to ask, but had no one to ask …  » more

ISBN: 965-7120-63-2

Helena Yegev-More - Tree of Knowledge

Helena Yegev-More
Tree of Knowledge

This collection of stories combines emotional strength with sober realism, a variety of voices and a richness of invention. A new literary voice, strong and exciting, that does not hesitate to lead its heroes into extreme situations, and test the strength of their ability to hope, survive and love.  » more

ISBN: 965-7120-03-9

Michal Zamir - Property Sold

Michal Zamir
Property Sold

An old neighborhood of veteran soldiers is the microcosmos of the conflict between the old pioneering elite, condescending and hypocrite, and the new one, which openly venerates power, passion and money.  » more

ISBN: 978-965-13-1983-9

Michal Zamir - A Ship of Girls

Michal Zamir
A Ship of Girls

She is not yet twenty years old, a clerk in the compulsory military service, one of many on a base where there are a lot of high ranking male officers. But something in the dense atmosphere of the military college has totally undone her.  » more

ISBN: 965-7120-54-3

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In his novel, The Israeli Dream, and in the accompanying stories, Roy Arad points the Hebrew literature in a new direction - funnier, wilder, more social and more serious, and encourages the faith in its power to offer an original view of the Israeli reality. » more