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1998) A novel by Michal Govrin. October 1999 : USA Paperback. Amelia, the troubled daughter of a concert pianist killed during the Holocaust, seeks refuge in an ultra-Orthodox seminary where she will fall under the erotic and spiritual spell of a charismatic Kabbalistic rabbi. Genre: Literary Fiction. Used availability for Michal Govrin's The Name.
Michal Govrin (Hebrew: מיכל גוברין; November 24, 1950) is an Israeli author, poet and theater director. Michal Govrin was born and raised in Tel Aviv, her father was part of the third aliyah and from the founders of the Kibbutz Tel Yosef, her mother. Michal Govrin was born and raised in Tel Aviv, her father was part of the third aliyah and from the founders of the Kibbutz Tel Yosef, her mother was a holocaust survivor. Graduated in a municipal high school in Tel Aviv. Govrin has served in the IDF as a military reporter. At the Tel Aviv University she completed her undergraduate studies at the Comparative literature and Theater departments
Michal Govrin, Barbara Harshav (Translator). Published by Riverhead Trade (1999). ISBN 10: 1573227552 ISBN 13: 9781573227551.
Michal Govrin, Barbara Harshav (Translator).
Riverhead Books, 1999
Riverhead Books, 1999. The desire to be another person, to be different than I am now, is the central motif of repentance. A woman's passionate attempt to become a new person is a central motif in Michal Govrin's disturbing novel, The Name, recently translated from the Hebrew in which it won Israel's coveted Prime Minister's Prize for Writers in 1998.
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Among her novels, The Name received the Kugel Literary Prize in Israel and was nom Born in Tel Aviv, MICHAL GOVRIN is the daughter of an Israeli pioneer father and a mother who survived the Holocaust. Working as a novelist, poet, and theater director, Govrin has published nine books of poetry and fiction. In 2010, she was named one of the thirty most important modern writers by the Salon du Livre. Among her novels, The Name received the Kugel Literary Prize in Israel and was nominated for the Koret Jewish Book Award.
Michal Govrin is a writer and poet, and an award-winning director of experimental theater. Govrin received her P. She was born in Tel Aviv. Her father was one of Israel's first pioneers, and her mother survived the Holocaust. from the University of Paris and now teaches at the School of Visual Theater in Jerusalem and is a part-time t Rutgers University.
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Category: Religion & Spirituality
Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
Publisher: Riverhead Books (October 1, 1999)
Pages: 444 pages