This collection of remarkably beautiful, daring, and often surprising poems is the first by Israeli poet Izakson to appear in a dual English-Hebrew edition. Izakson's poetry is commonplace yet metaphysical in subject matter, concrete in its imagery yet inclined to abstraction, wildly anarchic yet internally coherent, seemingly secular yet wholly drawn from Jewish sources. It embraces the complexity of the human experience and, like all great poetry, is a persistent and often painful search for the meaning of life
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