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Awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1966, SY Agnon is the towering genius of modern...

In 1917, a group of visionaries broke ground on an institution that would ultimately change the...

In time for the 50th anniversary of the awarding of the Nobel Prize to SY Agnon...

Agnon's greatest achievement is his novel A Guest for the Night, which tells of a visit...

A small town in Jewish Galicia is the scene of a bitter-sweet romance at the beginning...

A Table for One is a memoir of Aharon Appelfeld’s city, Jerusalem. It brings forth an...

A Table for One is a memoir of Aharon Appelfeld’s city, Jerusalem. It brings forth an...

A Temple in Flames is the result of a collaboration between two authors: Dr. Gershon Bar-Cochva...

When war breaks out in Israel in 1973, childhood friends Haim and Dov are called up...

While working on a class assignment in the ancient City of David, Uri and Yoav discover...

שיחותיהם של רב וכומר, מקבלות תפנית דרמטית כאשר הכומר ברגוליו הופך לאפיפיור פרנציסקוס. ,על רומא וירושלים...

Aleppo Tales

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The Jewish community of Aleppo, Syria, the biblical Aram Soba, is one of the world's most...

In the Greco-Roman period there arose among the Jews a new form for retelling Bible stories...

Agnon's first book-length work. Written in 1912 and told in the guise of a hassidic folktale masks...

A personal account of twentieth-century Jewish history, Balaam’s Prophecy tells the story of Naphtali Lau-Lavie, a...

This volume focuses on a comparative study of the two versions of Mesillat Yesharim. It includes...

Available in Hebrew only. הספר ביתהמקדשבירושליםסוקר בהידור רב מעט מיופיו ומהדרו של המקדש בירושלים, בעת שעמד...

Uri Nissan Gnessin (1879-1913) is recognized as one of the fathers of modern Hebrew literature whose...

Yosef Haim Brenner (1881–1921) left behind an impressive and influential body of work, including short stories...

By Faith Alone chronicles the inspiring life story of Israeli religious and political leader, Rabbi Yehuda...

B’Lev Patuach (‘With an Open Heart’) was born following a series of meetings between the author...

For American Jewish historian Jeffrey S. Gurock, the sports metaphor highlights the challenges that Jewish life...

Discovering the City of David brings the wealth of finds and detailed research of ancient Jerusalem...

Ra’hel (Bluwstein) (1890-1931) published all her poetry under her first name only. She arrived in Palestine...

For the Sake of Zion is a wonderful road map to one of the great journeys...

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