30. Voices and Languages

Hebrew is the language of Israel, Arabic also, officially. Yet in the background, the sounds of old country languages keep humming.

Yiddish, Yemenite, Hungarian, Arabic and Spanish, each still reverberating in dreams, hushed voices, longing as well as outspoken rebellion. We shall read poems by Hamutal Bar Yosef, Adi Keisar, Shlomit Naim Naor, Almog Behar, Ehud Manor, Shlomo Yidov and more to hear a variety of Israeli Jewish identities expressed in many languages.


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