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by Stanley Burnshaw,T Carmi,Ariel Hirschfeld,Ezra Spicehandler,Tuvya Rubner,Robert Alter,David Mirsky,Dan Pagis,Arieh Sachs,Abraham Huss,Lea Goldberg,David Saraph,Benjamin Harshav,Robert Friend,Harold Schimmel,Dalia Ravikovitch,Hamutal Bar-Yosef,Shimon Sandbank,John Felstiner,Hanan Hever,Yehudit Bar-El,Jules Amouyal,Lilach Lachman,Amir Or,Haim Blanc,Arnold J. Band

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Author: Stanley Burnshaw,T Carmi,Ariel Hirschfeld,Ezra Spicehandler,Tuvya Rubner,Robert Alter,David Mirsky,Dan Pagis,Arieh Sachs,Abraham Huss,Lea Goldberg,David Saraph,Benjamin Harshav,Robert Friend,Harold Schimmel,Dalia Ravikovitch,Hamutal Bar-Yosef,Shimon Sandbank,John Felstiner,Hanan Hever,Yehudit Bar-El,Jules Amouyal,Lilach Lachman,Amir Or,Haim Blanc,Arnold J. Band
ISBN: 0814324851
Language: English
Pages: 360 pages
Category: Humanities
Publisher: Wayne State University Press; 2 edition (February 1, 2003)
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This offers readers who know little or no Hebrew a way to experience the poem in a multi-faceted way they are able to speak and hear the lines as well as grasp the poem's meaning.

This offers readers who know little or no Hebrew a way to experience the poem in a multi-faceted way-they are able to speak and hear the lines as well as grasp the poem's meaning.

Stanley Burnshaw T Carmi Ariel Hirschfeld Ezra Spicehandler. Stanley Burnshaw T Carmi Ariel Hirschfeld Ezra Spicehandler.

Ezra Spicehandler is the Emeritus Distinguished Professor of Hebrew Literature at the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion.

Items related to The Modern Hebrew Poem Itself. At once a fine anthology of modern Hebrew poetry and a scholar's tool. Next to the Hebrew is the phonetic spelling with discussion and then an literal English translation

Items related to The Modern Hebrew Poem Itself. Home Stanley Burnshaw T. Carmi Ezra Spicehandler Chaim Bialik The Modern Hebrew Poem Itself. The Modern Hebrew Poem Itself. Stanley Burnshaw T. Carmi Ezra Spicehandler Chaim Bialik. Published by Schocken Books, U. S. 1966. Condition: Good+ Hardcover. Next to the Hebrew is the phonetic spelling with discussion and then an literal English translation. Biography and history of the poetry and the Jewish land that is the Hebrew soul. Bookseller Inventory 014755. Ask Seller a Question. Bibliographic Details.

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Stanley Burnshaw, T Carmi, Susan Glassman, Ariel Hirschfeld, Ariel Hirschfeld, Ezra Spicehandler, Ezra Spicehandler, Tuvya Rubner, Robert Alter, David Mirsky, Dan Pagis, Arieh Sachs, Abraham Huss, Lea Goldberg, Arnold Band, David Saraph, Benjamin Harshav, Robert Friend, Harold Schimmel, Dalia Ravikovitch, Hamutal Bar-Yosef, Shimon Sandbank, John Felstiner, Hanan Hever, Yehudit Bar-El, Jules Amouyal, Lilach Lachman, Amir Or, Haim Blanc. David Sandbank Youtube.

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Book I is a revised version of The Modern Hebrew poem itself, published in 1965. Book II contains poems written by poets included in book I but published after 1965 and poems by authors not included in the earlier anthology.

New and updated ed. by No name. Book I is a revised version of The Modern Hebrew poem itself, published in 1965. Includes bibliographical references and index. Poems in Hebrew, romanization, and English; notes in English. Translations into English.

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In this new and expanded edition of a classic volume first printed in 1965, The Modern Hebrew Poem Itself adds the dynamic voices of a new generation of Hebrew poets. Each poem appears in both its original Hebrew and an English phonetic transcription, along with extensive commentary and a literal English translation. This offers readers who know little or no Hebrew a way to experience the poem in a multi-faceted way-they are able to speak and hear the lines as well as grasp the poem's meaning. Recognizing that poems have a unique order that may be missed by a reader who doesn't speak the poet's language, the editors provide the reader with an understanding of not only what the poet is saying, but how the idea is communicated. Also included in the volume is a valuable introduction to and historical overview of Hebrew poetry from 1880-1990. The Modern Hebrew Poem Itself is a must-have for lovers of poetry and Jewish literature.
Comments (3)
Siralune
Here in France there is almost no interest for Hebrew literature and almost no effort of translation (although recently Appelfeld's books began only to be published in French). So this anthology, "The modern Hebrew poem itself" is really a great gift from America's open-mindedness, literacy, and scholarship. I read the first edition of this anthology years ago in the Beaubourg Library in Paris, and I discovered Grinberg and Bialik. Thanks to the authors, their rich and intricate Hebrew was made clear. This new edition I purchased from Amazon offers new poets, new brilliant analysis and translations, new paths into an original and modern culture. It is to be read, re-read and relished.
Goll
I wasn't familiar with many of these poets and their work. Even in prose translation, the poetry is very moving, and the explanations give all of the Hebrew language-dependent cultural references in each work. I am so pleased with this book and the critical explanations that I wish one would be undertaken for the poetry of every language.
Hbr
I have used this book of Modernish Hebrew poems and there are some truly wonderful poems. The commentaries are also not only useful but insightful. I have used it in a teaching environment as well.

If it is reprinted I would recommend that the poems be given not only with transliteration in a side-by-side way, but also the translation. Maybe the book needs to be wide rather than long so this can be done in three columns. The commentary can then follow.
Blackstalker
I used this anthology a lot when I was studying Hebrew. The phonetic transcription and translation were a big help to me. The selection of poems is outstanding. And it was special to study and learn a language through learning some of its great poetry. Also the interpretations of the poems are very interesting. A truly great anthology.