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Uri Zvi Grinberg in the 1920s

Uri Zvi Grinberg in the 1920s
Studies and Documents
Edited by: Avidov Lipsker, Tamar Wolf-Monzon

This volume is the third in a series of research papers on the poetry books of Uri Zvi Greenberg, published by Bar-Ilan University Press.

CONTENTS

Introduction 7

I. A Century of Gates and Bridges , Berlin and Jerusalem

Writings in the 1920s 7, Criticism, Research and Reception 12;

II. On the Israeli Literary Work of Grinberg in the 1920s 15

From Days of Yore

Gideon Katzenelson

Paupers in Royal Feast: Grinberg’s Poetry During His First Years in the Land of Israel 21

David Weinfeld

Uri Zvi Grinberg and Futurism: His Literary Work in the 1920s in the Context of Futurism 45

Benjamin Harshav [Hrushovski]

The Theory and Practice of Rhythm in the Expressionist Poetry of U. Z. Grinberg 71

Studies

A Great Dread and a Moon: The Poem and the Lyric Collection , Poetics and Reflective Space

Dan Miron

“I Wear Fear Like a Tunic of Many Colors”: The Modernist Poem “Great Fear and a Moon&rdquo, and Its Centrality in U.Z. Grinberg’s Expressionist Poetry 137

Hannan Hever

I Walk on a Massive and a Scorched Land: Place and Space in “A Big Horror and a Moon&rdquo, 199

Avidov Lipsker

Awareness of the Being, New Objectivity, and Hermeneutics of the Subject in A Great Dread and a Moon (Eimah Gedolah ve-Yareah) 207

Oreet Meital

From the Biographical Mother to the Metaphorical Mother and from Europe to the Land of Israel 239

Moshe Goultschin

Laterna Magica: Grinberg, Kipling and Wilhelm Röntgen , Imagistic Aspects in A Great Fear and a Moon (Eymah Gedolah Ve-Yareah, Hedim, 1925) Book of Poems 305

From Yiddish in the Kingdom of the Cross to Hebrew Sovereignty in the Land of Israel

Chanita Goodblatt

Scarlet Shreds: Tropes of War in the Collection War on Earth 327

Ziva Shamir

“Wake up, You, Harp of Hebrew Poetry”: Changes in Hebrew Literature in the 1920s as Reflected in Grinberg’s Attitude Towards Bialik 369

Tamar Wolf-Monzon

The British Mandate in Jerusalem as a Reincarnation of the Biblical Edomite Kingdom 399

Sivan Harshefi

“Kingship , a concept under modification:&rdquo, “King of the Jews&rdquo, between the “Kingdom of the Cross&rdquo, and the “Kingdom of the House of David&rdquo, 425

Neta Stahl

“My God Plays Solo”: The Aesthetics of God in Anacreon at the Pole of Sorrow (Anacreon al Kotev ha-Itzavon) 441

Documents 463

Selected Bibliography: Uri Zvi Grinberg in the 1920s 475

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Danacode:   110-20303 ISBN:  978-965-226-517-3 Language:   Hebrew Pages:   492 Weight:   950 gr Dimensions:  17X25 cm Publication Date:   12/2020 Publisher:   Bar-Ilan University Press

Introduction 7

I. A Century of Gates and Bridges – Berlin and Jerusalem 

Writings in the 1920s 7;

Criticism, Research and Reception 12;

II. On the Israeli Literary Work of Grinberg in the 1920s 15

From Days of Yore

Gideon Katzenelson Paupers in Royal Feast: Grinberg’s Poetry During His First

Years in the Land of Israel 21

David Weinfeld Uri Zvi Grinberg and Futurism: His Literary Work in the

1920s in the Context of Futurism 45

Benjamin Harshav [Hrushovski] The Theory and Practice of Rhythm in the Expressionist Poetry of U. Z. Grinberg 71

Studies

A Great Dread and a Moon: The Poem and the Lyric Collection – Poetics and Reflective Space

Dan Miron “I Wear Fear Like a Tunic of Many Colors”: The Modernist Poem “Great Fear and a Moon” and Its Centrality in U.Z. Grinberg’s Expressionist Poetry 137

Hannan Hever I Walk on a Massive and a Scorched Land: Place and Space in “A Big Horror and a Moon” 199

Avidov Lipsker Awareness of the Being, New Objectivity, and Hermeneutics of the Subject in A Great Dread and a Moon (Eimah Gedolah ve-Yareah) 207

Oreet Meital From the Biographical Mother to the Metaphorical Mother and from Europe to the Land of Israel 239

Moshe Goultschin Laterna Magica: Grinberg, Kipling and Wilhelm Röntgen – Imagistic Aspects in A Great Fear and a Moon (Eymah Gedolah Ve-Yareah, Hedim, 1925) Book of Poems 305

From Yiddish in the Kingdom of the Cross

to Hebrew Sovereignty in the Land of Israel

Chanita Goodblatt Scarlet Shreds: Tropes of War in the Collection War on Earth 327

Ziva Shamir “Wake up, You, Harp of Hebrew Poetry”: Changes in Hebrew Literature in the 1920s as Reflected in Grinberg’s Attitude Towards Bialik 369

Tamar Wolf-Monzon The British Mandate in Jerusalem as a Reincarnation of the Biblical Edomite Kingdom 399

Sivan Harshefi “Kingship – a concept under modification:” “King of the Jews” between the “Kingdom of the Cross” and the “Kingdom of the House of David” 425

Neta Stahl “My God Plays Solo”: The Aesthetics of God in Anacreon at the Pole of Sorrow (Anacreon al Kotev ha-Itzavon) 441

Documents 463

Selected Bibliography: Uri Zvi Grinberg in the 1920s 475