James Joyce and the Israelites: And, Dialogues in Exile
Psychology Press, 1995 - 135 halaman
Structured to reflect a journey, this book begins with the play "James Joyce and the Israelites," the station from which the journey begins. The remaining chapters are a diary of a trip the author made to Israel. The 'stops' are the voices of six Israeli playwrights, interspersed with extracts from their plays.
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