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Abramson, Glenda, ed., The Experienced Soul: Studies in Amichai, Westview Press, 1997.

Amichai, who has taught at universities all over the world and whose work is studied at major international schools, is considered the most important Hebrew writer of the twentieth century. In this book, Amichai authorities from major universities in various countries examine the poet's work and discuss his major themes and influences. The result is a comprehensive scholarly overview of Amichai's significant body of work.

Hirsch, Edward, How to Read a Poem: And Fall in Love with Poetry, Harcourt Brace, 1999.

Whether readers are new to poetry or not, Hirsch's book can enlighten them about the reading of poems. Hirsch knows his material well and teaches others to recognize the beauty in poetry.

Munk, Michael L., The Wisdom in the Hebrew Alphabet, Artscroll, 1986.

Hebrew is an ancient language in which each letter of the alphabet...

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