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by Maya Bejerano


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Maya Bejerano was born in Israel (1949), and holds a . in Literature and Philosophy from Bar-Ilan University, and an . in Library Sciences from Hebrew University

Maya Bejerano was born in Israel (1949), and holds a . in Library Sciences from Hebrew University. She has published eleven volumes of poetry, including her collected poems, Frequencies (2005); a children's book; a book of essays; and two short story collections. Tsipi Keller was born in Prague, raised in Israel, and has been living in the .

Maya Bejerano was born in Israel in 1949. She has published ten volumes of poetry in Israel, including her collected poems, Frequencies (2005). Translator Tsipi Keller was born in Prague, raised in Israel, and has been living in the United States since 1974.

Maya Bejerano was born in Israel (1949), and holds a .

Middle Eastern Poetry Books. The Hymns of Job and Other Poems. Lannan Translations Selections. Walmart 9781934414170. This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tell us if something is incorrect. The first full-length English translation of leading Israeli poet Maya Bejerano's versatile, original poetry.

Bejerano crosses boundaries as a matter of fact, giving voice to the first female Job (perhaps not only in. .She has published ten volumes of poetry in Israel, including her collected poems,Frequencies(2005)

Bejerano crosses boundaries as a matter of fact, giving voice to the first female Job (perhaps not only in Hebrew, but the world over) as if this were the most natural expressive venue for a single mother in Tel Aviv of the 1990s. -Professor Yael Feldman, New York University Maya Bejeranowas born in Israel in 1949. She has published ten volumes of poetry in Israel, including her collected poems,Frequencies(2005).

One of her poems appears in all three books

One of her poems appears in all three books. In Hovering at a Low Altitude,it is entitled A Mother Walks Around (1992). In their introduction,Bloch and Kronfeld explain that this poem is about a pregnantPalestinian woman who loses her baby as a result of being beaten byIsraeli soldiers. The Hymns of Job is a ion, full of scientific and technological references, biblicalallusions, and themes of politics, hope, despair, love, eroticism,connection, and loss.

A breathless story of love and survival in war-torn Algeria-past and present The devil has entered our country, and his footprints are everywhere. Nine-year-old Jallal is old enough to know that his life in Algeria is precarious at best. Having run away from home, he survives by selling peanuts and single cigarettes on the street. The proposal by the elderly Swiss woman named Anna is shocking and preposterous: go to the mountains with her, as a translator, so she can find her lost lover from decades ago and pray over the graves of their murdered children.

The Selection could be a wonderful opportunity for you, for all of us. I sighed aloud, thinking that filling out that form might actually be.When I thought of it that way, the Selection seemed like a rope, something sure I could grab onto. I sighed aloud, thinking that filling out that form might actually be something close to death. It was no secret that the rebels-the underground colonies that hated Illéa, our large and comparatively young country-made their attacks on the palace both violent and frequent. We’d seen them in action in Carolina before. That stupid letter could lift me out of the darkness, and I could pull my family along with me. I looked over at my mother. For a Five, she was a little on the heavy side, which was odd.

These poems move mysteriously by means of a profound inner concentration, giving expression to the deepest laws of the mind. Their linguistic 'making' is informed by vivid evidence of a serious self-making, soul-making, and heart-making

These poems move mysteriously by means of a profound inner concentration, giving expression to the deepest laws of the mind. Their linguistic 'making' is informed by vivid evidence of a serious self-making, soul-making, and heart-making. We are lucky to have these English incarnations of Nikola Madzirov.

Bejerano crosses boundaries as a matter of fact, giving voice to the first female Job (perhaps not only in Hebrew, but the .

Bejerano crosses boundaries as a matter of fact, giving voice to the first female Job (perhaps not only in Hebrew, but the world over) as if this were the most natural expressive venue for a single mother in Tel Aviv of the 1990s. -Professor Yael Feldman, New York University Maya Bejerano was born in Israel in 1949.

“Bejerano crosses boundaries as a matter of fact, giving voice to the first female Job (perhaps not only in Hebrew, but the world over) as if this were the most natural expressive venue for a single mother in Tel Aviv of the 1990s.”—Professor Yael Feldman, New York University

Maya Bejerano was born in Israel in 1949. She has published ten volumes of poetry in Israel, including her collected poems, Frequencies (2005). The Hymns of Job and Other Poems marks her first full-length American edition.

Translator Tsipi Keller was born in Prague, raised in Israel, and has been living in the United States since 1974.


The Hymns of Job and Other Poems (Lannan Translations Selection Series) download epub
Poetry
Author: Maya Bejerano
ISBN: 1934414174
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Poetry
Language: English
Publisher: BOA Editions Ltd.; 1St Edition edition (December 3, 2008)
Pages: 120 pages