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Israeli tales and legends

Arnold Posy

Israeli tales and legends

by Arnold Posy

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Published by J. David in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tales, Jewish

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Arnold Posy
    The Physical Object
    Pagination270 p. :
    Number of Pages270
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22777699M

    The Armistice agreement ended the Israeli War of Independence and defined the Israeli borders for the next 18 years. Israel emerged successful in the armed confrontations with the Arabs again during the Suez Conflict. A more decisive victory was achieved in the Six Day War against the combined forces of Egypt, Jordan and Syria in This is an old book, a 19th-century book, but strangely I find it very relevant to today’s Israel because Herzl talks of a democratic and Jewish state. It is easy to mock his book because he describes Israel in terms of the 19th-century Europe, with luxury boats playing Viennese waltzes, taking Jews to Palestine where they all live happily.

      Jewish Fairy Tales and Legends Contents: The palace of the eagles -- The giant of the flood -- The fairy princess of Ergetz -- The higgledy-piggledy palace -- The red slipper -- The star child -- Abi Fressah's feast -- The beggar king -- The quarrel of the cat and dog -- The water-babe -- Sinbad of the Talmud -- The outcast prince -- The story. The Pantheon Fairy Tale and Folklore Library Found in Fairy Tales The folkloric traditions of cultures throughout the world come brilliantly to life in these fairy tale and folk tale compilations by world-class scholars and anthropologists.

    Anti-Semitism Biography History Holocaust Israel Israel Education Myths & Facts Politics Religion Travel US & Israel Vital Stats Women. Myths & Facts A Guide to the Arab-Israeli Conflict. Chapters Index Exclusives Fact Sheets Videos Primary Sources Foreign Language BUY NOW. Join our mailing list. Your next book, Amos Oz’s A Tale of Love and Darkness, takes us from history to something altogether more personal.. I have to tell you this is a spectacularly good book. I could have chosen any number of Oz novels but preferred this recent memoir for its portrayal of the documentary reality of growing up in Israel in the earliest days of the Jewish state.


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