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By Yigal Schwartz,Michal Sapir

ISBN-10: 1584658940

ISBN-13: 9781584658948

ISBN-10: 1611686016

ISBN-13: 9781611686012

A finished reinterpretation of the improvement of Hebrew and Israeli literature opposed to the backdrop of the Zionist ideal

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