The continuing silence of a poet : the collected stories of A.B. Yehoshua.
Abraham B. YehoshuaBook
The new Israeli writers : short stories of the first generation / edited by Dalia Rabnikovitz.
Ravikovitch, Dalia, 1936-2005
New York : Funk and Wagnalls
The tower, by Y. Ben-Ner.--Uri and Rachel, by D. Rabikovitz.--The Trappist monastery, by A. Oz.--Zili and my friend Shaul, by Y. Handel.--Seven of them, by N. Shaham.--Parent's day by D. Ben-Amotz.--The prisoner, by S. Yizhar.--Oded Yarkoni's private war, by A. Raz.--Mother of the Oleanders, by M. Shamir.--The window, by Y. Bar-Yosef.--In a son's footsteps, by H. Bartov.--An unusual deed, by A. Megged.--My daughter, by O. Orlav.--Angioxyl, a rare cure, by B. Tammuz.
Translated by various translators.
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