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    Title: מחקרי ירושלים בספרות עברית
    Language: Hebrew
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource
    Year of publication: 2020
    Keywords: Jerusalem Studies in Hebrew Literature ; Literature and Poetry
    Abstract: Articles:Gilad Shapira | Hermenautics as Poetics: The Case of Midrash HaGadolMoshe Shoshan | The Road to Lydda: A Survivor's Story: Rabban Yohanan ben Zakkai's Flight from Jerusalem According to Eicha Rabba 1:5Richard Hidary | Why Are There Lawyers in Heaven?: Rabbinic Aggadot on the Divine CourtroomKedem Golden | Solving a Riddle of Judah HaleviIdit Einat-Nov | 'Everybody wants to live': A Literary Reading of the Maqama by Yehuda Al-Harizi, 'The Rooster'Ruth Kara-Ivanov Kaniel | Olam ha-Zachar (The World of the Male): The Image of Sarah in Zohar Lekh-Lekha (Zohar I: 95b-96a)Rachel Weissbrod and Avishai Magence | Allusions to the Mishna and Talmud in Salkinson's Translation of Othello, the Moor of Venice(for copyright reasons this article is not available online)Huda Abu Much | The Role of Arabic-Hebrew Translations in the Construction of the Arab Culture in the Eyes of the Jewish Reader from 1931 to 1993Adiel Cohen | The Ethos of the Study of the TorahIrit Nagar | From Other to Myself: The Character of Elisha Ben Abuya in Agnon's 'Pat Shlema'Avi Shmidman and Atara Snowbell | The Explaind Version of 'The Limbs of the Massiah' by S.Y Agnon: A Critical EditionIlana Rosen | Afrangiya Yahudiya - the Literary-Documentary Oeuvre of Ada Aharoni in the Twentieth-Century ExodusLital Abazon | What Type of Arab-Jewish Narrative is the Israeli Consensus Willing to Accept? The Case of Amnon Shamosh Nirit Kurman | 'To the scent of the cyprees and moist thistle I shall extend a hidden wing': Nativism and Self-Jouissance in Esther Raab's Early PoetryGideon Navo | 'The most wonderful state in this fucked-up worls': The State of Israel in Kishon's Nationalistic SatireMichael Gluzman | 'Dicky's Death': Amichai's Traumatic TextYael Tamir | 'What is Abysmally through You'- A Reading in Dan Pagis's 'Akevot'Ofir Maman | When Lillith Disrupts the Chess Gmae with Ashmadai: The Demonic in Yaakov Shabtai's 'Ma'ase Yerushalmi'Roman Katsman | The 'My thought is hungry': The Hebrew Works of Gali-Dana SingerOmri Ben Yehuda | on: Lital Levy, Poetic Trespass: Writing Between Hebrew and Arabic in Israel/Palestine, Princeton, NJ, and Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2014, 360 pp.Tamar Seter | on: Hannah Pollin-Galay, Ecologies of Witnessing: Language, Place, and Holocaust Testimony, New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2018, 352 pp
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