Lital Levy
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Historicizing the Concept of Arab Jews in the Mashriq
Lital Levy
History
1 October 2008
AS IS WELL KNOWN, the long arm of the Arab-Israeli conflict reached far beyond the geographical borders of Palestine. Prior to the creation of the State of Israel in 1948, somewhere between 700,000… Expand
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Poetic Trespass: Writing between Hebrew and Arabic in Israel/Palestine
Lital Levy
Art
26 October 2014
Illustrations ix Acknowledgments xi Note on Transliteration and Translation xv Introduction: The No-Man's-Land of Language 1 PART I. HISTORICAL VISIONS AND ELISIONS Chapter 1. From the "Hebrew… Expand
13 Citations
Reorienting Hebrew Literary History: The View from the East
Lital Levy
History
1 April 2009
Although Hebrew literary criticism has begun redressing the exclusion of women and minority writers from the Hebrew canon, the literary geography of modern Hebrew remains largely unquestioned. Modern… Expand
14 Citations
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Exchanging Words: Thematizations of Translation in Arabic Writing from Israel
Lital Levy
Sociology
2003
11 Citations
Introduction: The No-Man’s- Land of Language
Lital Levy
History
31 January 2014
Nation, Village, Cave: A Spatial Reading of 1948 in Three Novels of Anton Shammas, Emile Habiby, and Elias Khoury
Lital Levy
Art, History
2012
Though written decades apart and in two different languages (Arabic and Hebrew), Emile Habiby’s The Pessoptimist, Anton Shammas’s Arabesques, and Elias Khoury’s Gate of the Sun are interrelated… Expand
3 Citations
Edification between Sect and Nation: Murad Farag and al-Tahdhib, 1901–1903
Lital Levy
Philosophy
2012
1 Citation
Chapter 1. From the “Hebrew Bedouin” to “Israeli Arabic” Arabic, Hebrew, and the Creation of Israeli Culture
Lital Levy
History
31 January 2014
Self and the City: Literary Representations of Jewish Baghdad
Lital Levy
History
2006
"Maybe there is something in Baghdad that ties him to the city like an umbilical cord, something that he is powerless to extract from his heart," muses the narrator of Eli 'Amir's Mafriaḥ hayonim… Expand
4 Citations
Conclusion: Bloody Hope The Intertextual Afterword of Salman Masalha and Saul Tchernichowsky
Lital Levy
Philosophy
31 January 2014
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