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Listed 116 books alphabetically by the name of the Authors
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Avner Bernheimer - You Love Me

Avner Bernheimer
You Love Me

They are a married couple who never got married, both of them men, and their married life is very similar to the life we all know - with its emotions, sadness and joy, frustrations and above all the moments of laughter. An enticing combination of romanticism and humor.  » more

ISBN: 965-7120-67-5

Ruth Bondy - Not only Kafka and the Golem

Ruth Bondy
Not only Kafka and the Golem

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

ISBN: 978-965-560-009-4

Arie Caspi - Picking on the Weak

Arie Caspi
Picking on the Weak

A selection of Arie Caspi columns written between 1986 and 2003 and published originally in the weekly Koteret Rashit and the daily Ha'aretz. Caspi wrote first and foremost about society and economy, fighting a stubborn and well reasoned battle against the demise of the welfare state and its privatization.  » more

ISBN: 978-965-7120-99-6

Sami Shalom Chetrit - Doll's Eye

Sami Shalom Chetrit
Doll's Eye

An american TV correspondent, the daughter of a Palestinian mother and a Jewish father, finds herself, against her will, at the heart of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. She is dragged into a story of life and death, which tears her apart with no solution.  » more

ISBN: 978-965-7120-98-9

Hagai Dagan - Under The Line Of Pleasure

Hagai Dagan
Under The Line Of Pleasure

In Tel-Aviv, a lively and self-celebrating city, a city of beautiful people and virtual deals cut over espressos, lives one, Gershon, who becomes religiously and thoughtfully addicted to the decline, the great surrender, the final defeat.  » more

ISBN: 965-7120-10-1

Hagai Dagan - The King Has No House

Hagai Dagan
The King Has No House

Many readers will probably consider Hagai Dagan's new novel The King Has No House to be an Israeli version, Jewish and intelligent, of the Da Vinci Code. One must read Dagan's book in order to understand how profound the difference is between these books.  » more

ISBN: 965-7120-62-4

Hagai Dagan - Annals Of The Island Of Women

Hagai Dagan
Annals Of The Island Of Women

An original novel that takes place in present day Jaffa and in the diaries of a brothel that stood opposite the shores of the city since the dawn of history.
The historic brothel provides the backdrop for enthralling scenes written in a wonderfully entertaining and convincing erotic prose.  » more

ISBN: 965-90216-4-X

Hagai Dagan - The Land is Sailing

Hagai Dagan
The Land is Sailing

Yearnings to a high-school love are mingled with the yearning for the lost youth of this country,
with its landscape and poetry, as they accompany the hero of this novel, Elad, on his way to his kibbutz class reunion.  » more

ISBN: 965-13-1953-2

Henriette Dahan-Kalev, Niza Yanay, Niza Berkovitch (editors) - Women of the South: Space, Periphery, Gender

Henriette Dahan-Kalev, Niza Yanay, Niza Berkovitch (editors)
Women of the South: Space, Periphery, Gender

Women of the South is a collection of researches presented through various ways of expression - academic writing, photography, recording, bio-poetics and interview - in order to create an interdisciplinary dialogue and new understandings of north-south and center-periphery relations.  » more

ISBN: 965-7241-66-7

Edited by Dan Daor - Grass Files, Anthology

Edited by Dan Daor
Grass Files, Anthology

As no reader could have failed to notice Cannabis, "this most interesting of plants", is not only of use to rope-makers, pharmacists and criminologists,
but, also the stuff that dreams, or at least literature, are made on.  » more

ISBN: 965-7120-22-5

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In a fascinating and intelligent book Ronit Shany presents a selection of photographs carried out over three decades. These works center on her look on the reality of her close environment, and on her ability to tell through it a personal and intimate story. » more