By Tamar Hess
This booklet makes an extra contribution to the heritage of autobiography and modern autobiography concept by means of reading the suggestions of fragmentation that some of the writers Hess reports have followed as methods of facing the conflicts among the self and the state, among who they suppose they're and what they're anticipated to be. Hess contrasts the predominantly masculine culture of Hebrew autobiography with writings by means of girls, and gives a clean realizing of the Israeli soul and the Hebrew literary canon.
A systematic evaluation of up to date Hebrew autobiography, this learn increases primary questions necessary to the debates approximately id on the middle of Israeli tradition at the present time. it's going to curiosity students and scholars of latest Israeli tradition, in addition to these intrigued by means of the literary style of autobiography.
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Self as Nation: Contemporary Hebrew Autobiography (The Schusterman Series in Israel Studies) by Tamar Hess