City of Many Days: A Novel

Mercury House, 1977 - 189 páginas
City of Many Days traces the interwoven lives of many residents of Jerusalem in the years of the British mandate, the decades that formed its modern character. Hareven, through her unique polyphonic writing, creates characters who are instantly empathetic, intriguing, and credible - in a few lines, we know them. Homebodies and prostitutes, Arabs and Jews, patriots and recluses, military men and country cooks, rebels and informers, and many more make up an unforgettable mosaic of the shimmering city, Jerusalem.

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Shulamith Hareven, who lives in Jerusalem, is one of the best-known writers in Israel and the only woman member of the Academy of Hebrew Language. In her work, she often brings the biblical past to life.

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