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Amichai's Open Closed Open (2000) is the last collection of poems published before the poet's death. The themes that run through many of the poems are love and mortality. Amichai reflects on his life, his children, and his own childhood.

Amichai's first poems are in The Early Books of Yehuda Amichai (1988). The poems in this collection were very popular in their time and influenced many Israeli poets because Amichai was the first to use Hebrew as it was spoken in private and on the streets.

Written almost as letters from one culture to another, Voices from Israel: Israeli Poets Speak to America of Life and Home, Anguish and Sorrow, Joy and Hope (1998) is a collection focused on exchanging ideas. The poems are by poets who live in Israel but who speak English.

A Tale of Love and Darkness (2004) is a memoir...

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