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The fullness of time : poems

Author: Gershom Scholem; Richard Sieburth; Steven M Wasserstrom
Publisher: Jerusalem : Ibis Editions, ©2003.
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A bilingual volume in German and English gathering together the best of Gershom Scholem's poems. It contains dark, shockingly prescient poems about Zionism, parodies of German and Jewish  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Translations
Translations into English
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Scholem, Gershom Gerhard, 1897-1982.
Fullness of time.
Jerusalem : Ibis Editions, c2003
(OCoLC)606927738
Named Person: Gershom Scholem; Gershom Scholem
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gershom Scholem; Richard Sieburth; Steven M Wasserstrom
ISBN: 9659012535 9789659012534
OCLC Number: 51885164
Language Note: introduction and notes in English. Poems in original German with parallel English translation.
Description: 155 p. : ill., port. ; 17 cm.
Contents: To Theodor Herzl --
Menashe Chayim --
Paraphrase of the Prose of The Diary" --
Farewell to a Young Girl --
For July 15 --
The Ball --
W. B. --
Greetings from Angelus --
Melancholy Redemption --
The Official Abecedarium --
Encounter with Zion and the World --
To Me or Her? --
Media in Vita --
With a Copy of Walter Benjamin's "One-Way Street" --
With a Copy of Kafka's Trial --
Bialik --
Vae Victis - Or, Death in the Professoriate --
The Sirens --
Jerusalem (Summer 1948) --
To Mrs. Eva Ehrenberg --
To Ingeborg Bachmann After her visit to the ghetto of Rome.
Responsibility: Gershom Scholem ; translated by Richard Sieburth ; introduced and annotated by Steven M. Wasserstrom.
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"Gershom Scholem's scholarship was of [the] rare, life-giving kind. Not only have his studies of the Kabbalah altered . . . the image of Judaism--but his explorations, translations, and presentations Read more...

 
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