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Rahel The Poet: The mother of Hebrew Poetry, and one of the first women poet's in theHebrew language since the Biblical Deborah. She switched from paining artand playing music to painting with the soil and playing with the hoe.

Book: Flowers of Perhaps. A...

Rahel The Poet: The mother of Hebrew Poetry, and one of the first women poet's in theHebrew language since the Biblical Deborah. She switched from paining artand playing music to painting with the soil and playing with the hoe. Book: Flowers of Perhaps. A...

FromIsrael in Translation


Rahel The Poet: The mother of Hebrew Poetry, and one of the first women poet's in theHebrew language since the Biblical Deborah. She switched from paining artand playing music to painting with the soil and playing with the hoe. Book: Flowers of Perhaps. A...

FromIsrael in Translation

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Length:
5 minutes
Released:
Mar 12, 2014
Format:
Podcast Episode

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The mother of Hebrew Poetry, and one of the first women poet's in theHebrew language since the Biblical Deborah. She switched from paining artand playing music to painting with the soil and playing with the hoe.

Book: Flowers of Perhaps. A Bilingual edition of selected poems translatedby Robert Friend. Toby Press, 2008.Music: "And Maybe," performed by Arik Einstein"Sing, you must," performed by Idan Raichal and Din Din Aviv "To MyCountry," performed by Netanela,
Released:
Mar 12, 2014
Format:
Podcast Episode