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Listed 110 books alphabetically by the name of the Authors
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Sami Shalom Chetrit - Doll's Eye

Sami Shalom Chetrit
Doll's Eye

An american TV correspondent, the daughter of a Palestinian mother and a Jewish father, finds herself, against her will, at the heart of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. She is dragged into a story of life and death, which tears her apart with no solution.  » more

ISBN: 978-965-7120-98-9

Hagai Dagan - The King Has No House

Hagai Dagan
The King Has No House

Many readers will probably consider Hagai Dagan's new novel The King Has No House to be an Israeli version, Jewish and intelligent, of the Da Vinci Code. One must read Dagan's book in order to understand how profound the difference is between these books.  » more

ISBN: 965-7120-62-4

Hagai Dagan - Annals Of The Island Of Women

Hagai Dagan
Annals Of The Island Of Women

An original novel that takes place in present day Jaffa and in the diaries of a brothel that stood opposite the shores of the city since the dawn of history.
The historic brothel provides the backdrop for enthralling scenes written in a wonderfully entertaining and convincing erotic prose.  » more

ISBN: 965-90216-4-X

Hagai Dagan - The Land is Sailing

Hagai Dagan
The Land is Sailing

Yearnings to a high-school love are mingled with the yearning for the lost youth of this country,
with its landscape and poetry, as they accompany the hero of this novel, Elad, on his way to his kibbutz class reunion.  » more

ISBN: 965-13-1953-2

Hagai Dagan - Under The Line Of Pleasure

Hagai Dagan
Under The Line Of Pleasure

In Tel-Aviv, a lively and self-celebrating city, a city of beautiful people and virtual deals cut over espressos, lives one, Gershon, who becomes religiously and thoughtfully addicted to the decline, the great surrender, the final defeat.  » more

ISBN: 965-7120-10-1

Henriette Dahan-Kalev, Niza Yanay, Niza Berkovitch (editors) - Women of the South: Space, Periphery, Gender

Henriette Dahan-Kalev, Niza Yanay, Niza Berkovitch (editors)
Women of the South: Space, Periphery, Gender

Women of the South is a collection of researches presented through various ways of expression - academic writing, photography, recording, bio-poetics and interview - in order to create an interdisciplinary dialogue and new understandings of north-south and center-periphery relations.  » more

ISBN: 965-7241-66-7

Edited by Dan Daor - Grass Files, Anthology

Edited by Dan Daor
Grass Files, Anthology

As no reader could have failed to notice Cannabis, "this most interesting of plants", is not only of use to rope-makers, pharmacists and criminologists,
but, also the stuff that dreams, or at least literature, are made on.  » more

ISBN: 965-7120-22-5

Drora Dominey, France Lebee-Nadav - Everywhere: Landscape and Memory in Israel

Drora Dominey, France Lebee-Nadav
Everywhere: Landscape and Memory in Israel

An art book that records an extensive journey throughout Israel, including eye-opening and challenging texts written by Meir Wigoder, Avner Ben Amos, Hannan Hever and Yael Shenker.  » more

ISBN: 965-7120-16-0

Aminadav A. Dykman - Epigrams – Whichever Way

Aminadav A. Dykman
Epigrams – Whichever Way

An extraordinary book combining translations of classical Greek epigrams with new poems, inspired by those epigrams, written by the translator Aminadav A. Dykman...  » more

ISBN: 978-965-560-024-7

Chanoch Farber - Bar-B-Q Indoors and Outdoors: Easy Recipes

Chanoch Farber
Bar-B-Q Indoors and Outdoors: Easy Recipes

Simple and mouth watering recipes for bar-b-q, indoors and out, with great ideas for marinades and extras, by one of Israel's best known chefs. Beautifully illustrated.  » more

ISBN: 965-7120-24-1

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The year is 1840 and the location Damascus, a vivid and sensual city and yet full of hatred and fear. Following an intimate meeting between the Italian monk Tomasso and Aslan Farhi, a young Jew of a rich merchant family, the Jewish community is accused of murdering the monk in order to use his blood for the Passover rite.  » more