Yoram Kaniuk

Diary From Tel Aviv

Day Five: At the crossroad of picnic and nightmare

Diary From Tel Aviv

Day Four: Offenbach to Ninotchka, with mourning in between

Diary From Tel Aviv

Day Three: Despised, even by the dog

Diary From Tel Aviv

Day Two: Limping amid salves and sirens

Diary From Tel Aviv

Day One: Pouncing tigers, falling rockets, and grim expressions

Lullaby of Birdland

An Israeli expat tells Charlie Parker about the shofar

The Farewell Party

Susan Sontag’s “divided soul”

Visual Grammar

Hebrew has no continuous present tense, but Boris Carmi’s images of Israel’s early days have the power to stop time, a friend recalls.

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