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Rachel (Ra’hel) Bluwstein’s “Transformation”: It’s Sukkot again! Over the years in this podcast we’ve focused on various aspects of this holiday — inviting guests, selecting an etrog, the transitory nature of our existence on earth. This time, Marcela focuses on the agricultural aspects —...

Rachel (Ra’hel) Bluwstein’s “Transformation”: It’s Sukkot again! Over the years in this podcast we’ve focused on various aspects of this holiday — inviting guests, selecting an etrog, the transitory nature of our existence on earth. This time, Marcela focuses on the agricultural aspects —...

FromIsrael in Translation


Rachel (Ra’hel) Bluwstein’s “Transformation”: It’s Sukkot again! Over the years in this podcast we’ve focused on various aspects of this holiday — inviting guests, selecting an etrog, the transitory nature of our existence on earth. This time, Marcela focuses on the agricultural aspects —...

FromIsrael in Translation

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Length:
10 minutes
Released:
Oct 7, 2020
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Podcast Episode

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It’s Sukkot again! Over the years in this podcast we’ve focused on various aspects of this holiday — inviting guests, selecting an etrog, the transitory nature of our existence on earth. This time, Marcela focuses on the agricultural aspects — the festival was originally connected to the harvest. And to help us along is Rachel Bluwstein, Israel’s farmer-poet. Text: Flowers of Perhaps by Ra’hel. Translated by Robert Friend with Shimon Sandbank. Toby Press, 2008. Sad Melody by Ra’hel translated by Chana Shuvaly Previous Episode Featuring Rachel Bluwstein
Released:
Oct 7, 2020
Format:
Podcast Episode