1. A Bird Has Sung to Me of Love: Two Readings of One Poem by Meshullam da Piera
  2. Uriah Kfir, Ayelet Oettinger
  3. pp. 183-214
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  1. A Horse is a Horse, Of Course, Of Course,” or Some Nagging Suspicions about Some Jewish Writers
  2. Jay Geller
  3. pp. 215-242
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  1. Of Cows and Women: The Animalization of Victimized Women in Devorah Baron’s Fiction
  2. Naama Harel
  3. pp. 243-274
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  1. “Denk dir”: On Translating Paul Celan into Hebrew
  2. Lina Barouch
  3. pp. 275-305
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  1. Trauma from the Perspective of Holocaust Survivors in the Israeli Film The Cellar (Natan Gross, 1963)
  2. Liat Steir-Livny
  3. pp. 306-327
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  1. The Vengeance of the Skull in Yehuda Amichai’s Not of This Time, Not of This Place
  2. Nitza Ben-Dov, Robert Alter
  3. pp. 328-353
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  1. Speaking Truth to Power in Yiddish: A Queer Jewish Literary History
  2. Zohar Weiman-Kelman
  3. pp. 354-383
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