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Oz came to live in Hulda in his early youth, never abandoned it, and his last wish was to be buried there.
Amos Oz, who died in December, was to celebrate his 80th birthday at the opening event of the festival in May 2019. Instead, a tribute to Oz was held in his memory.
Three and a half months after author Amos Oz passed away, there is still no tombstone on his grave in the cemetery at Kibbutz Hulda.
Amos Oz’s latest novel is provocative, eloquent and honest.
By ELAINE MARGOLIN
“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
From the BBC’s point of view, having Israeli literature’s crown jewel provide a stamp of approval for its own dim view of the Jewish state is an opportunity not to be missed or squandered.
By RUTHIE BLUM
"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
"The boycott which Amos Oz has declared on the Foreign Ministry provides a boost to the boycotts which Oz claims to oppose," the former ambassador to the US said.
By ARIK BENDER
Oz, generally regarded one of Israel's most famous authors has been an outspoken supporter of a two state solution and has often been critical of extreme right wing government policies.
By LIDAR GRAVÉ-LAZI
Jerusalem-born actress's screen adaptation of Amos Oz's "A Tale of Love and Darkness" makes its commercial premiere in the capital.
Ahead of Hebrew Book Week, Publishers Association head Racheli Edelman talks about local literature, translated books and making a living as a writer.
By BARRY DAVIS
Elle vient de présenter son premier film en tant que réalisatrice : Une histoire d’amour et de ténèbres, adapté du roman autobiographique d’Amos Oz. Entretien avec la star que la Croisette s’est arrachée
By KENNETH URAN
A round up of news briefs from around the nation's capital.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
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