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Listed 15 books alphabetically by the name of the Authors
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Noam Partom - Setting the Water on Fire

Noam Partom
Setting the Water on Fire

Noam Partom's poems are volcanic eruptions of verbal, emotional and intellectual forces. Partom's writing is musical and dramatic...  » more

ISBN: 978-965-13-2307-2

Aharon Shabtai - Sun Oh Sun

Aharon Shabtai
Sun Oh Sun

Aharon Shabtai is one of the most prominent poets in Israel. His eighteenth poetry book is a collection of poems written in the last 3 years. It is the clearest expression so far of Shabtai's politcal poetry.  » more

ISBN: 965-7120-62-4

Aharon Shabtai - Tanya

Aharon Shabtai
Tanya

Aharon Shabtai's 19th book of poems is published on the first anniversary of the death of his wife, Tanya Reinhart. Death appears for the first time in Shabtai's poetry, and for the first time he adjusts his poetics to having to face deep mourning. His political and love poetry also gain here a new dimension.  » more

ISBN: 978-965-13-1979-2

Aharon Shabtai - Seven Poems

Aharon Shabtai
Seven Poems

The seven poems collected here were written between 1975 and 1985. The poems were originally written continously, and pioneered a real revolution in Hebrew poetry...  » more

ISBN: 978-965-13-0309-6

Ronen Sonis and Dory Manor - Thy Love to Me was Wonderful<br>An anthology of LGBT poetry

Ronen Sonis and Dory Manor
Thy Love to Me was Wonderful
An anthology of LGBT poetry

For the first time in Hebrew this anthology of LGBT poetry includes poems in the original Hebrew and in translation from the 10th century BC through today. This is not only a cornerstone...  » more

ISBN: 978-965-560-020-9

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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