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The Zionist Paradox: Hebrew Literature and Israeli Identity

Yigal Schwartz ; translated by Michal Sapir
Format
Book
Published
Waltham, Massachusetts : Brandeis University Press, [2014]
Language
English
Hebrew (translated from)
Uniform Title
Ha-Yadaʻta et Ha-Arets Sham Ha-Limon Poreaḥ English
Series
The Schusterman Series in Israel Studies
Schusterman Series in Israel Studies
ISBN
9781584658948, 1584658940, 9781611686012, 1611686016, 9781611686029 (ebook), 1611686024 (ebook)
Contents
  • 1. Avraham Mapu, "The love of Zion" (1853): the beautiful daughter of Zion, the (Faux) shepherd boy and the cutting up of the monster
  • 2. Theodor Herzl, "Altneuland" (1902): shall these dry bones live
  • 3. Yosef Luidor, "Yoash" (1912): the taste of freedom and space
  • 4. Moshe Shamir, "He walked in the fields" (1948): it turned out it was all fake
  • 5. Amos Oz, "Nomads and viper" (1963): a short, patched European jacket over a white desert robe.
Description
xiii, 338 pages ; 25 cm.
Notes
  • Original work was published in 2007 with English title "Do you know the land where the lemon blooms : human engineering and landscape conceptualization in Hebrew literature"--Publisher's email.
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
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    a| 1. Avraham Mapu, "The love of Zion" (1853): the beautiful daughter of Zion, the (Faux) shepherd boy and the cutting up of the monster -- 2. Theodor Herzl, "Altneuland" (1902): shall these dry bones live -- 3. Yosef Luidor, "Yoash" (1912): the taste of freedom and space -- 4. Moshe Shamir, "He walked in the fields" (1948): it turned out it was all fake -- 5. Amos Oz, "Nomads and viper" (1963): a short, patched European jacket over a white desert robe.
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