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Listed 116 books alphabetically by the name of the Authors
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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

Yosefa Michaeli - Body Cognition

Yosefa Michaeli
Body Cognition

For the first time since developing the method of "Body Cognition" in the 1960's and 1970's, Yosefa Michaeli presents a full blown ID: a detailed theoretical explanation accompanied by examples and demonstrations, as well as the presentation of the practical means for its implementation.  » more

ISBN: 978-965-13-1981-5

Avivit Mishmari - The Old Man Lost his Mind

Avivit Mishmari
The Old Man Lost his Mind

On one winter night, in an imaginary future, the Old Man, a veteran politician who woke up from his coma, makes a historic speech, in which he calls on Israel's secular citizens to rebel against the religious who keep persecuting them...  » more

ISBN: 978-965-560-002-5

Mendele Mokher Sfarim - Two Short Stories & Autobiographical Notes

Mendele Mokher Sfarim
Two Short Stories & Autobiographical Notes

A small annotated anthology of Hebrew writings by Mendelek Mokher Sfarim (S.Y. Abramovitsh). The book includes the stories Beseter Ra'am (Thunder in the Secret Place), Shem veYefet Ba'agala (Compartment in the Train)...  » more

ISBN: 978-965-560-006-3

Ela Moskovits-Weiss - Written on the Sea

Ela Moskovits-Weiss
Written on the Sea

The heroine of Moskovits-Weiss new novel is a shy, stuttering librarian, who turns into a detective, when she sets out to investigate the tragic death of her glamorous older sister. What starts as a family drama engenders a mystery beyond the borderlines of the inidividual and the family...  » more

ISBN: 978-965-13-2031-6

Reviel Netz - Quatrains

Reviel Netz

Quatrains is part of a long tradition of poetry inspired by Omar Khayyam, the Moslem middle ages poet-mathematician. This is poetry of the tension between geometrical precision and lyrical observation, between the search for truth and the only certainty in the existence of the doubt.  » more

ISBN: 978-965-560-015-5

Lia Nirgad - Winter in Qalandia

Lia Nirgad
Winter in Qalandia

In the Fall of 2003, novelist Lia Nirgad joined Machsom-Watch - an Israeli women's group which monitors and documents the military activity at checkpoints in the Palestinian territories, and started attending weekly shifts at Qalandia, on the road between Ramallah and Jerusalem, observing the agonizing interaction between a crushed civilian population and an obtuse military machine  » more

ISBN: 965-7120-35-7

Lia Nirgad - No Geraniums

Lia Nirgad
No Geraniums

A 55 year old writer and activist rethinks her plan to create a geranium museum and starts writing a diary. She is surprised to realize she is creating another museum – that of her bruised memories and secret thoughts.  » more

ISBN: 978-965-560-042-1

Leon Nirnblat - The Spot of Light

Leon Nirnblat
The Spot of Light

A young boy is attracted to a mysterious shining spot of light on the gray wall of the health clinic. As he tries to solve the riddle, to figure out the connection between magic and logic, reality and imagination, he falls in love with the ice queen of his class and faces a crisis between his parents.  » more

ISBN: 978-965-13-1982-2

Tal Nizan (editor) - With an Iron Pen - Hebrew Protest Poetry 1984-2004

Tal Nizan (editor)
With an Iron Pen - Hebrew Protest Poetry 1984-2004

With an Iron Pen tracks the trajectory of Hebrew poetry in the last 20 years in its relation to the Israeli occupation of the Palestinian people and their lands in the West Bank and Gaza. In the 38 years of its duration, this occupation has penetrated and changed every aspect and realm of Israeli life - including, of course, the realm of poetry.  » more

ISBN: 965-7120-47-0

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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