This awesome anthology good points whole novellas by way of many of the most interesting Hebrew writers of the previous century. S.Y. Agnon, YH Brenner, Uri Gnessin, Yitzhak Shami, David Fogel, Amos oz., Yehoshua Kenaz and A.B. Yehoshua are all represented in newly revised translations. Edited by means of Alan Lelchuk and Gershon Shaked, with an advent by means of Professor Lelchuk, this can be an fundamental quantity for college students of contemporary Hebrew literature.
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