14. Setting Ideological Boundaries

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The session will start with a partial reading of The City of Slaughter by H. N. Bialik – Bialik critics the behavior of the Jewish victims of the 1903 Kishinev pogrom and sets the ideological background and the call for Jewish self-defense. The later Nathan Alterman poems will lead us from pacifism of the 1920s "Do Not Give Them Guns" to the shift in ideology during the 1930 that acknowledges the need to defend national safe borders in Zemer Haplugot. The formative years of the War of Independence will trace the profile of the Israeli fighter and his/her relations to God and nation in two complementary poems: "The Silver Platter" and "Eliphelet"

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