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Who is Aharon Shabtai?
Aharon Shabtai is one of the Hebrew language's leading poets, as well as a translator of Greek drama into Hebrew.
- born in (77 years ago) in Tel Aviv
- nationality: Israel
- education: Hebrew University of Jerusalem
- written works: "J'Accuse", "Love & selected poems"
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Volume 1: Europe by Peter Nagy, Philippe Rouyer
It has commissioned the retranslation of anumber of Greek classics by scholar and poet Aharon Shabtai, who has translated some twenty Greek tragedies into Hebrew. The Kibbutz HaMeuhad Publishing House specializes inthe publication of ...
by Sorrel Kerbel
Eschewingthe traditional, self contained lyric, Gurevitch experimented in Land withthe short lined, bareboned, booklength poeticsequence, a formthathad been previously introduced into Hebrewby Aharon Shabtai. Formal innovations dovetail ...
by Glenda Abramson
Aharon Shabtai said of him: “Avidanis something of an IsraeliBaudelaire.
by Adele Berlin
Aharon Shabtai, Gerushin (Jerusalem, 1990), on divorce. GESHEM. See TEFILLAT GESHEM. GET. See DIVORCE. GE'ULLAH (hL'aUG.; Redemption), the name of various blessings in the liturgy: one of the petitions in the weekday * ↩Amidah; ...
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