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Listed 21 books alphabetically by the name of the Authors
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Shelly Cohen, Tulla Amir (editors) - Living Forms: Architecture and Society in Israel

Shelly Cohen, Tulla Amir (editors)
Living Forms: Architecture and Society in Israel

A collection of articles that deal with the common living forms in Israel. It offers an architectural, aesthetic and cultural analysis of housing construction - both public and private.  » more

ISBN: 978-965-13-1974-7

Yuval Ben-Ami - Susana, Don't You Cry

Yuval Ben-Ami
Susana, Don't You Cry

Eighteen days in the hallucinatory south of the United States. A few months before hurricane Katrina struck New Orleans a young Israeli journalist travels by train, bus, cars, hitchhiking and on foot, to discover what is called the 'true heart' of America, the land of Oh Susana and Georgia on my Mind. A surprising travel diary of the other America, a far cry from the American dream.  » more

ISBN: 965-7120-68-3

Michael Ben-Yair - Sheikh Jarrah

Michael Ben-Yair
Sheikh Jarrah

Before the 1948 war both Jews and Arabs lived in the neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah. The Jews were evacuated soon after the war started and were compensated by the State of Israel for the property they left behind...  » more

ISBN: 978-965-560-000-1

Ruth Bondy - Not only Kafka and the Golem

Ruth Bondy
Not only Kafka and the Golem

Ruth Bondy, the great journalist, writer and translator, tells the story of the Jews of Czechoslovakia in her own special way, combining personal stories, memoirs, archival research and literary texts.  » more

ISBN: 978-965-560-009-4

Arie Caspi - Picking on the Weak

Arie Caspi
Picking on the Weak

A selection of Arie Caspi columns written between 1986 and 2003 and published originally in the weekly Koteret Rashit and the daily Ha'aretz. Caspi wrote first and foremost about society and economy, fighting a stubborn and well reasoned battle against the demise of the welfare state and its privatization.  » more

ISBN: 978-965-7120-99-6

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

Chanoch Farber - Sweet Book

Chanoch Farber
Sweet Book

From chocolate to cakes, from tarts and fruit to sweets - a varied collection of easy to prepare mouth watering recipes, a joy to the palate and the soul. Clear and simple recipes for everyone. Recipes that can be played around with and adapted.  » more

ISBN: 965-511-375-2

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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This is one of the happiest mornings in the life of archaeologist Meir Holtzman: he goes on the Tel Aviv metro to submit the manuscript of his latest book, the story of a crusader castle on the occupied West-Bank. The ride on the underground opens up an abyss of horrendous and wonderful memories, all of them focused on a young woman - not always the same woman - who wears a red jacket.  » more