Modern Hebrew Literature

Magnes Collection: Typewriter [2011.5]: Underwood Manual Typewriter for Hebrew and Yiddish (New York, USA, 20th cent.)
Magnes Collection, Underwood Manual Typewriter for Hebrew and Yiddish

Anne Golomb Hoffman

  • Childhood in the Fiction of David Grossman
  • Trauma and Storytelling in David Grossman’s To the End of the Land
  • S.Y. Agnon: Master Storyteller
  • S.Y. Agnon and Franz Kafka: Jewish Modernists
  • Body Politics: Images of Masculinity in Modern Israeli Fiction

Lital Levy

  • The Presence of Absence: The Encounter of Israeli and Palestinian Literature
  • Bialik and the Sephardim: A Story of Love, Hate, and the Origins of Modern Hebrew Literature

Alan L. Mintz

  • S. Y. Agnon and the Work of Cultural Memory
  • Hebrew and Hebraism: One of American Jewry’s Best Kept Secrets
  • David Grossman and the Moral Imagination of Israeli Literature
  • Bialik’s Sefer Ha’agadah (Book of Aggadah): Triumph or Tragedy?
  • Yehuda Amichai’s Poems of Love and Jerusalem