Contains more than 20 articles by the foremost scholars who have investigated the various aspects of Uri Zvi Greenberg's poetry.
Danacode:   110-20033 ISBN:  965-226-212-9 Language:   Hebrew Pages:   536 Weight:   1125 gr Dimensions:  17X25 cm Publication Date:   01/2000 Publisher:   Bar-Ilan University Press
This book sets out to redefine Ur Zvi Grinberg's writings on the background of the cultural framework in which they flourished and to return them to the place from which they were extracted and made timeless. The book reconstructs the beginnings of Grinbe
This volume traces the history of Hebrew versification from biblical poetry, through ancient Hebrew liturgy, medieval poetry, poetry of the Haskalah, and finally modern Hebrew poetry. After the biblical period, all systems of versification demanded umeric
Fifty years after the appearance of Rechovot Ha-Nahar, Uri Zvi Greenberg's great opus on the destruction of the Jewish community in the Holocaust, this present volume serves to revive the critical discussion of this work, regarded as one of the great summ