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by Linda Zisquit
Author: Linda Zisquit
Publisher: Sheep Meadow; 1st edition (December 1, 1996)
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Private, unflinching lyric poetry by an American poet living in Israel, immersed in the Israeli landscape and the Bible. Our most recommended books
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Published 1996 by Sheep Meadow Press in Riverdale-on-Hudson, .
Linda Stern Zisquit is an American-born Israeli poet and translator. She teaches poetry, Hebrew literature and poetry translation at Bar-Ilan University. Linda Stern (later Zisquit) was born in Buffalo, NY. She studied at Tufts University and, later, at Harvard University and SUNY Buffalo. In 1978, she moved to Israel and settled in Jerusalem. She is married to the lawyer Donald Zisquit, and is the mother of five children. She also runs the ArtSpace Gallery in Jerusalem's German Colony.
When I began reading her poetry, I would sometimes stop to look at her book jacket photos. Ritual Bath, her first book, shows her with arms crossed, head tilted, a cheerful smile that seemed to belie her feral word portraits. When war broke out I was unloosed. Whatever I believed, forgotten.
Yona Wallach (Author), Linda Zisquit (Translator). Only 6 left in stock (more on the way). ISBN-13: 978-1878818546.
Zisquit's most recent collection of original poetry is Unopened Letters: Poems . Linda Zisquit's work is uniquely present yet timeless Leading Israeli poet Yehuda Amichai said
Zisquit's most recent collection of original poetry is Unopened Letters: Poems (Sheep Meadow Press, 1996), which Robert Creeley called. an unexpected testament of singularly complex feeling. Linda Zisquit's work is uniquely present yet timeless. It's clarity has no equal. Leading Israeli poet Yehuda Amichai said. This is a special book of a woman's poetry. Exact and delicate and strong like lace. Soft and sensuous and yet powerful like a machine.
Unopened Letters by Linda Zisquit. The Sheep Meadow Press, 1996 Zisquit's translations of the Hebrew poetry of Yona Wallach give the English. The Sheep Meadow Press, 1996. English in Israel has always been somewhat beside the point.