Author: Yohai Goell
Language: English Hebrew
Publisher: Transaction Publishers; 1st edition (January 1, 1968)
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It is one of the primary forms of Jewish literature, though there have been cases of literature written in Hebrew by non-Jews. Hebrew literature was produced in many different parts of the world throughout the medieval and modern eras, while contemporary Hebrew literature is largely Israeli literature
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TRANSLATIONS: Y. Goell, Bibliography of Modern Hebrew Literature in English Translation (1968); Y. Goell . Goell, Bibliography of Modern Hebrew Literature in Translation (1975); I. Goldberg, Y. Goell, A. Zipin, Bibliography of Modern Hebrew Literature in Translation. The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature, vols. 1–7, 1979–1985; new series. Arabic Translations and Studies about Modern Hebrew Literature in Israel and the Arab World (2003); A. Feinberg, "Bibliography of Modern Hebrew Literature in German Translation," in: A. Feinberg, Moderne hebraeische Literatur (2005).
The middle classes of eastern European Jewry that read Hebrew books turned to. .
Hebrew literature - Hebrew literature - Modern literature in Hebrew: The first formative influences on 20th-century Hebrew literature belong to the late 19th century. The middle classes of eastern European Jewry that read Hebrew books turned to Jewish nationalism, and Zionist activity, coupled with the movement for speaking Hebrew, widened the circle of Hebrew readers. Hebrew daily papers began to appear in 1886. Isaac Leib Peretz, who wrote both in Hebrew and in Yiddish, introduced the Ḥasidic, or pietistic devotional, element into literature.
Published 1968 by Israel Universities Press in Jerusalem, London. Bibliography, Modern Hebrew literature, Translations into English, Translations from Hebrew, English literature
Published 1968 by Israel Universities Press in Jerusalem, London. Bibliography, Modern Hebrew literature, Translations into English, Translations from Hebrew, English literature.