3. Anochi – Dialogues with G-d in Israeli Poetry

Although Israel is often seen as a society divided along the lines of religiosity and secularism, a close look will show how even the most secular of writers are rooted in classical texts and create their own language of secular prayer.

The session will examine a variety of expressions of the relationship with G-d, based on secular, biblical and prayer references in modern Israeli poetry. We will review works by Zeev, Admiel Kosman, Yehuda Amichai, Koby Oz and Eliaz Cohen, as we move from rebellion and denial through painful dialogue, to acceptance through creativity.


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