Selected Poems by Dan Pagis

This collection is a curated anthology of poetry from a writer who was a Holocaust survivor and Israeli poet, offering a profound and often haunting exploration of themes such as memory, mortality, and the human experience. The poems are marked by their brevity and linguistic precision, often delving into the past and the indelible scars of history, while also touching on the universalities of love, pain, and the search for meaning. The poet's work is recognized for its innovative style, blending biblical, historical, and personal imagery to create a tapestry of reflection that resonates with readers across cultures and generations.

The 7868th greatest book of all time


Published
1976
Nationality
Israeli
Type
Nonfiction
Pages
Unknown
Words
Unknown
Original Language
Hebrew

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