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Poetic Trespass:
Writing between Hebrew and Arabic in Israel/Palestine
Lital Levy

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"Poetic Trespass is one of the most important studies of contemporary Hebrew literature in recent years. Focusing on how a variety of writers in Israel/Palestine transgress the lines that separate Hebrew and Arabic, Lital Levy’s compelling, provocative, and productive book enriches our understanding of more than a century of literature in both these languages. It is bound to appeal to scholars across fields who are interested in Jewish studies, the history of Israeli-Palestinian relations, and the history of the Middle East."--Amir Eshel, Stanford University

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