This first anthology of twentieth-century Israeli literature to feature the work of writers who were born in—or whose families originated from—the Levant, Turkey, Iran, India, and Arab worlds represents twenty-four authors whose concerns with cultural identity, race, class, gender, and political allegiances place their work alongside today’s emerging rediscovered and reinvented Arab, African, Indian, African-American, and Caribbean traditions.
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In a series of poems describing her day, Tikva Levi writes: ""past the last intersection/ from the previous poem/ a golden dusty cloud/ of neon cleaves/ the fog/ and in a doorway/ a teenage couple/ hug and kiss/ completely unrelated/ to the couple from poem three."" And in Jacqueline Shohet Kahan...| Read Full Review of Keys to the Garden: New Israe...
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