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In acceptance speech, Israeli author says peace will allow Israelis experience something unheard of — "the feeling of a stable existence."
If your idea of chamber music is a tidy ensemble playing pleasant airs, you’d be well advised to go for a change of mindset.
Daughter of novelist Amos Oz, unveils memorial plaque in Rivne, Ukraine at the childhood home of her grandmother, whose life plays prominently in Oz’s novel ‘A Tale of Love and Darkness.’
On the last day of 2018, Rivlin's schedule called for an Interior Ministry event at The Avenue in Airport City at 10 a.m.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
“From my experience, those who say they are not in the Right or the Left are in the Left,” Netanyahu said.
By GIL HOFFMAN
At the emotional memorial ceremony, leaders and family remembered Amos Oz.
By CASSANDRA GOMES-HOCHBERG
President Rivlin to attend memorial service in Tel Aviv for Israeli author.
By AMY SPIRO
Netanyahu, Rivlin, Herzog eulogize beloved author, ‘NYT,’ ‘Guardian,’ ‘Le Monde’ publish obituaries
The author of 40 books, Oz was one of the most recognizable Israeli voices worldwide.
Zelda also suits this year’s festival focus on female poets, with the works of Nurit Zarhi, Agi Mishol and Haviva Pedaya on the Metulla agenda.
By BARRY DAVIS
The two Israeli authors are among 6 likely to win the prestigious literary award
“To me he was a young man who used his creative skills to get us to eat. Who cut sandwiches into triangles and diamonds," recalls his daughter Tzvika.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
"That's where anti-Zionism becomes antisemitism," Oz added. "Because none of them ever said after Hitler that Germany should cease to exist, or after Stalin that there should be no Russia."
By LIDAR GRAVÉ-LAZI,JPOST.COM STAFF
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