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Listed 116 books alphabetically by the name of the Authors
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Maya Arad - The Hebrew Teacher

Maya Arad
The Hebrew Teacher

Ilana, Miriam and Efrat are three women who emigrated, or whose children emigrated, to the U.S. They find themselves in a crisis and decide to take an extreme step to overcome it...  » more

ISBN: 978-965-560-028-5

Maya Arad - All about Abigail

Maya Arad
All about Abigail

Abigail Shalev has just found out that her last book is on the long list of the Sapir Prize. In spite of her success she finds herself deep in a midlife crisis, on a rocky, surprising and amusing path.  » more

ISBN: 978-965-560-046-9

Roy Arad - The Pelican

Roy Arad
The Pelican

Arad's new book takes place in a sinking African tyranny, and tells the absurd and hopeless story of the leader of the local Underground...  » more

ISBN: 978-965-560-004-9

Maya Arad - Behind the Mountain

Maya Arad
Behind the Mountain

Zohar Bar, an English literature teacher in a small college in California, is invited to lecture about crime novels to a group of Israelis who are spending Thanksgiving holiday in a cabin in the Sierra Mountains. As he gets to know the guests he finds himself entangled in past and present mysteries...  » more

ISBN: 978-965-560-028-5

Maya Arad - Family Pictures

Maya Arad
Family Pictures

Having examined the more amusing and less glittering aspects of academy life in her critically acclaimed best seller, Seven Moral Failings, Maya Arad now turns to a more intimate and sensitive realm - family life.  » more

ISBN: 978-965-13-1975-4

Maya Arad - Another Place, A Foreign City

Maya Arad
Another Place, A Foreign City

In Tel-Aviv about ten years ago Orit, a girl soldier in Zahal's education corps gets a double assignment: to write a brochure on Israeli Identity, and help in the assimilation of a fellow military educationalist, a lonely immigrant from Canada.  » more

ISBN: 965-7120-28-4

Shiri Artzi - Mud

Shiri Artzi
Mud

Mud is a somber and penetrating book, combining the visual power of an action film with the sensitivity of words sharp as a knife. Perach and Gidi, the two heroes of Shiri Artzi's first book, go out to have a good time at a club. The fun is suddenly disrupted by a brutal rape that ends in death and leads them along a desperate journey of escape, love and self discovery.  » more

ISBN: 965-7120-72-1

Yiftah Ashkenazy - Fulfillment

Yiftah Ashkenazy
Fulfillment

This is the story of a group of young Israelis who go on a Kibbutz before their military service in the 1960's. They are members of an ideological left wing youth movement...  » more

ISBN: 978-965-560-008-7

Yiftach Ashkenazy - Persona Non Grata

Yiftach Ashkenazy
Persona Non Grata

Is there a mysterious connection between the murder of an art student in Jerusalem in 2006 and the visit of Adolph Eichmann in Israel in 1937? An intelligent, sharp and funny literary work...  » more

ISBN: 978-965-13-2142-9

Yair Assulin - The Drive

Yair Assulin
The Drive

This the voyage of a young Israeli soldier, accompanied by his father, to meet a military psychiatrist. In his mature prose, Yair Assulin penetrates the torn world of the hero, whose voyage is not just that of a young religious soldier...  » more

ISBN: 978-965-13-2151-1

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Ruth Bondy, the great journalist, writer and translator, tells the story of the Jews of Czechoslovakia in her own special way, combining personal stories, memoirs, archival research and literary texts.  » more