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Bilingual Edition

Bridging the Divide
The Selected Poems of Hava Pinhas-Cohen

Edited and Translated from the Hebrew by Sharon Hart-Green

Cloth 59.95s    |    978-0-8156-3419-5    |    2015

Paper $29.95    |    978-0-8156-1054-0    |    2015

ebook 978-0-8156-5333-2

"Bridging the Divide exposes English speakers to the rich oeuvre of the Jewish Israeli poet Hava Pinhas-Cohen, one of the most vivid and creative voices in current Israeli literature. Comprehensive and wonderfully translated, this collection is a spiritual and intellectual gift for lovers of poetry."—Ilana Szobel, associate professor, Brandeis University

"I am delighted that the poems of major Israeli poet Hava Pinhas-Cohen have been translated into English. These translations are of the highest quality; they capture both the simplicity and the rich imagery of the originals."—Naomi Sokoloff, professor, University of Washington

  Bridging the Divide

  Hava Pinhas-Cohen is an Israeli writer and poet. She is the editor of Dimui, a journal of literature, criticism, and Jewish culture, and the author of several poetry collections. Pinhas- Cohen was awarded the Prime Minister’s Prize (1996), the ACUM Prize (1998), the Kugel Prize (2000), the Alterman Prize (2002), and the Rishon LeZion Prize for Creativity in Hebrew Language (2015). Sharon Hart-Green has a PhD in modern Hebrew literature from Brandeis University and has taught Hebrew and Yiddish literature at the University of Toronto. She is the author of Not a Simple Story: Love and Politics in a Modern Hebrew Novel.

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6 x 9, 248 pages, notes, bibliography

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