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Below are books of interest on Israel, the Middle East, Israeli authors, and Hebrew English dictionaries (at the bottom). Click on a book cover or Amazon link to read more reviews or to purchase the book at discount.





[book] Israel: A Photobiography by Micha Bar-Am, Thomas L. Friedman, Harris, Elon, Constance Herndon
$40, but you get 30% off. Hardcover-200 pages (February 1998) Simon & Schuster. What can I say? Micha Bar-Am is my favorite Israeli photographer. When I saw his recent show at the ICP Museum in NYC, I was drawn to the photo that he uses for this book's cover. There, in a development area, are Israeli flags drying on a clothes line in preparation for Independence Day celebrations. Truly, a picture can communicate so much. But this book is not just of Bar-Am's work. It includes some of the best of Robert Capa and others. In the words of A. M. Rosenthal, "The second best way is to travel through those years and see them through the eyes of somebody who has done all that - as in this book by Micha Bar-Am, Israel's best-known photographer in war and peace, a man with a mind that matches the depth and range of his photography." Now if only I can snag a signed print :-)
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[book] A Lake Beyond the Wind by Yahya Yakhlif, M. Jayyusi (Translator), C. Tingley (Translator)
Paperback - 160 pages (March 1999). This is a Palestinian novel that was published in Arabic in 1991. The story takes place in the village of Samakh during the Arab Israeli War of 1948. The story teller changes throught the course of the novel. We hear from Najib who goes off to fight the Israeli's, then from an Iraqui soldier who is a poet, and then from a dog. War destroys the village and its inhabitants are exiled. I include this book for anyone interested in reading an author that is popular among Palestinians and speaks to there pov.
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[book] Israel and Europe: An Appraisal in History by Howard M. Sachar
April 1999, 400 pages, Knopf. Dr. Sachar, the author of over 14 books on the Jewish people, Sephardim, Israel, and the Middle East; and a Professor of Modern History at George Washington University in Washington DC, concisely tells the story of the post War European powers and the State of Israel, their dealings and ambitions. Click the icon to read more expansive reviews.
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[book] Israel: Yesterday and Today : A Photographic Survey of the Building of a Nation. by Amiram Gonen, Duby Tal
(list $40) Hardcover - 255 pages (June 1998) Macmillan General Reference. A coffee table book that you will enjoy reading also. The book illustrates the dramatic manner in which modern Jewish settlement has changed the face of the country in the last 150 years. Wide open spaces have turned into agricultural villages and these into large cities, while beaches have become seaside towns.
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[book] Waging Peace: Israel and the Arabs at the End of the Century by Itamar Rabinovich
June 1999, 224 pages, FS&G. Itamar Rabinovich, scholar, author, and senior Israeli diplomat, known to students from California to Penn to Tel Aviv University, sets out a plan for Mideast peace in time for the June elections. The conflicts between Israel and its Arab neighbors have lasted for more than 50 years. His new formula is.... Click the icon to read more expansive reviews.
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[book] Israel: Triumph of the Spirit. by Delilah Shapiro, Mindi Dickstein.
Value Priced at: $19.98 Hardcover - 128 pages (August 1997) Metro Books.
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[book] A Brutal Friendship : The West and the Arab Elite by Said K. Aburish
(list $28) Hardcover - 416 pages (August 1998) Dunne Books
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[book] The Brink of Peace: The Israeli-Syrian Negotiations and the Israeli-Arab Peace Process by Itamar Rabinovich
Hardcover - 288 pages (July 1998) Princeton Univ Pr. Between 1992 and 1996, Israel conducted a diplomatic dialogue with Syria in Washington, Madrid, and Damascus. Itamar Rabinovich, one of Israel's foremost Syria scholars and Professor at TAU (I took a class with him at Penn), led the Israeli delgation. This is a very detailed and even-handed (he is a historian) chronicle of the four years of talks, pettiness, and maneuvers that ended in an impasse. The players include Warren Christopher, Hafiz al-Asad, and Yitzhak Rabin. This is a must read for anyone interested in Middle East politics and the politics of peace.
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[book] Arafat. From Defender to Dictator by Said K. Aburish
$26 before discount. Paperback - 256 pages (November 1998). Aburish, a Palestinian and author of "House of Saud" writes a devastating profile of Chairman Arafat. He exposes the foundations of Arafat's leadership, and shows that his PLO has never been a revolutionary movement; rather Arafat and the PLO have always represented an elite group of Palestinian families who have grown ever more rich. Moreover, Aburish has discovered from hitherto silent but impeccable sources that since 1963, when Arafat first established contact with the CIA in Beirut, the PLO has conducted a secret dialogue with the US, amounting to a betrayal of its people- in effect an agreement to avoid military or economic confrontation with Israel. To read additional reviews, click below.
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[book] Heroic Diplomacy: Sadat, Kissinger, Carter, Begin and the Quest for Arab-Israeli Peace by Kenneth W. Stein
Hardcover - 352 pages (July 1999) Routledge. HEROIC DIPLOMACY traces American involvement in the Arab-Israeli negotiations from the brink of nuclear confrontation during the October 1973 Middle East war to the outbreak of peace four years later at Camp David. Kenneth W. Stein of Emory University chronicles the evolution of these negotiations, analyzes the personalities of Sadat, Kissinger, Carter and Begin, and charts the complex and often contradictory goals of Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Syria, the U.S. and the USSR. Through never-before-collected interviews with more than eighty participants in the peace talks, this engaging and unique book provides unparalleled insight into this critical period of recent history and Arab-Israeli relations.
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[book] The Mystery of Arafat by Danny Rubinstein, Dan Leon (Translator)
$18. A much more intelligent and balanced portrait of Arafat is presented in this book by an Israeli journalist. Mistrusted by other Arab leaders and intensely disliked by many of his own people, how has Nobel Peace Prize winner Yasser Arafat managed to lead the national Palestinian movement through nearly 20 years of deadly turmoil? Rubinstein, who has covered the Palestinian scene for 30 years, answers this important question as he probes the enigma that is Arafat.
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[book] Israel at Fifty: by Dan Perry, Alfred Ironside, Shimon Peres.
$50, but you get 30% off. Hardcover 240 pages (May 1998). An official book that includes photos and text on all the major events of the past century. 200 black-and-white and color pics.
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[book] Lords of the Horizons : A History of the Ottoman Empire by Jason Goodwin
April 1999, 352 pages, Henry Holt. An anecdote-filled and breezy account of the long, troubled career of the Ottoman Empire. That empire endured for nearly 600 years and embraced not only a large territory--stretching, at one point, from the border of Iran to the gates of Vienna--but also hundreds of ethnic groups and three dozen nations. Did you ever wonder why so many Jews from Spain ended up in Turkey? Click the icon to read more expansive reviews.
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[book] Documentors of the Dream: Pioneer Jewish Photographers in the Land of Israel 1890-1933 by Vivienne Silver-Brody.
$60, less 30%. Hardcover - 288 pages (December 1998) Jewish Publication Society. Includes 300 photographs.
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[book] One Hundred Years of Art in Israel by Gideon Ofrat, Peretz Kidron (Translator)
$75, but you get 30% off. Hardcover - 416 pages (May 1998). Gideon Ofrat is Israel's premier curator and art historian. He presents to us a complete history of art in Israel, a subject rarely talked about, including nineteenth-century Jewish folk art in Ottoman Palestine to the kaleidoscopic postmodern patterns of Israeli art today.
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[book] Israel at 50: A Journalist's Perspective by John Hohenberg
$30, but you get 30% off. Hardcover - 272 pages (April 1998) Syracuse University Press. John Hohenberg was at the United Nations on May 14, 1948, when Israel became an independent state and has followed its history closely ever since. In this book, he traces this country's path to national stability and its rocky relationship with the United States, the United Nations, and the Arab world. This book details the complex politics that distinguish Israel from its neighbors, observed by a journalist who has studied the country for five decades. Hohenberg describes the obstacles that the independent, self-governing Israeli state has overcome in the Middle East, the issues it still faces, and the role it continues to play as an American ally and a member of the United Nations.
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[book] The Making of Israeli Militarism by Uri Ben-Eliezer
Hardcover - 320 pages (June 1998). With thoughtful use of primary sources, Uri Ben-Eliezer provides a serious, sustained, and critical look at the place of the military in Israeli society.
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[book] City of Stone : The Hidden History of Jerusalem by Meron Benvenisti, Maxine Kaufman Nunn (Translator)
Meron Benvenisti, an Israeli Jew, whose family has lived in Jerusalem for generations, is a former deputy mayor of the city he was born in, and knows the physical city as well as it can be known. He takes us on a tour of Jerusalem, and attempts to evenhandedly lay out the problems that beset it, and to convey the history and value of the city he loves.
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[book] The Process: 1,100 Days That Changed the Middle East by Uri Savir
(list $28) Hardcover - 320 pages (May 1998) Random House. The director-general of Israel's Foreign Ministry, who also served as his nation's chief representative in the secret negotiations that led to the Oslo peace accord between Israel and the PLO, offers his insider's account of how the historic agreement came about.
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[book] The Sword and the Olive: A Critical History of the Israeli Defense Force by Martin Van Creveld
(list $28) Hardcover - 320 pages (September 1998) Publicaffairs. Van Creveld is an Israeli military historian, Hebrew U. Professor, and expert in low-intensity-conflicts and terrorist warfare, writes with disarming pragmatism and originality. His books, invisible to the general public, is a major influence in the military and foreign affairs departments of the leading industrial nations.
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[book] In the Shadow of the Prophet: The Struggle for the Soul of Islam by Milton Viorst
(list $25) Hardcover - 352 pages (May 1998) Anchor Books. What prevents fundamental Islam (or any fundamentalism for that matter) from compromising with modernity? Milton Viorst is the author of some of the most talked about essays in The New Yorker magazine. The book is worth buying if only you read the story on growing fundamentalism in Egypt. Viorst explores the political, cultural, and religious struggle today between the fundamentalist and conservative Islam sects over the future of the Middle East-and reveals what that means to the West.
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[book] The Secret War Against the Jews: How Western Espionage Betrayed the Jewish People by John Loftus, Mark Aarons
(list $17, less 20%) Paperback Reprint (May 1997) St. Martin's Press. One of the most controversial books written in the Nineties. Highly engrossing. From the authors of Unholy Trinity, about the Vatican ties with the Nazis, comes this book about how, using top-secret documents and interviews with hundreds of current and former spies, Western countries--who profess to be allies-have willfully spied on Israel since 1915 in order to obtain oil from Arab countries.
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[book] Israel: A History by Martin Gilbert
(list $30, but you get 30% off.) Hardcover - 576 pages (April 1998) William Morrow & Company. Martin Gilbert traces Israel's history from the struggles of its pioneers in the nineteenth century up to the present day
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Letters from Jerusalem, 1947-1948 by Zipporah Porath
(list $15) Softcover. 233 pages (March 1998) Temple Israel. Brooklyn born Porath's diary and letters to her family which she recorded during the birth of the State of Israel.
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From the North and From The West by Mordechai (Motta) Gur
Israel Ministry of Defense Press, 272 pages. (Ma'arachot). Hebrew title is Mitzafon u-MiYam. The late Motta Gur was Chief of the General Staff of the Israel Defense Forces from 1974-1978. He is famed for announcing "The Temple Mount is Ours," (Har HaBayit BeYaDaynu) in the 1967 War, while commanding the brigade that took back Jerusalem. And famous for humiliating Geeneral Ariel Sharon. Born in Jerusalem in 1930, he entered the Gadna/Palmach at age 13, and served in the IDF until his death. These books which will one day be translated into English hopefully, illuminate Israel's history from the POV of this mythic top echelon officer. See also his books (Fouth Battalion) and (The Temple Mount is Ours)

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Below, are some Israeli authors in translation. As new books get translated, we shall add them below.
For readers of Hebrew, you may wish to search out the following: "Love Life" by Tsruya Shalev is a sexually explicit (extremely explicit, like in the three way scene) best seller in Israel about a married woman who begins an affair with an old friend of her father, and joins in a menage a trois with a judge.
Or take a look at David Grossman's "Words Into Flesh.
By the way, My Michael by Amos Oz is out of print.


Since the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948, more than 3,000 Hebrew books have been translated into over fifty languages. The primary mover and shaker is currently Nilli Cohen, the director of the Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature. And maybe also Michael Handelsaltz, the book editor for Haaretz.

Early modern Hebrew authors were Yosef H Brenner (1881-1921) and Nobel recipient(1966), S. Y. Agnon (1888-1970). Brenner concerned himself with pioneers, the fear for the future, and the lack of spirituality. Agnon dealt with spiritual concerns, the disintegration of traditional ways of life, the loss of faith and the subsequent loss of identity. After the birth of the State, native-born Israeli's began to publish. The most esteemed authors were: Hanoch Bartov, Chaim Gouri, Moshe Shamir, Benjamin Tammuz, and S. Yizhar. In the 1970's and 80's, the following authors gained popularity: Abraham B. (Aleph-bet) Yehoshua, Amos Oz, David Shahar, David Grossman, Aharon Appelfield, Meir Shalev, Amalia Kahana-Carmon, Hannah Bat-Shahar, Shulamit Hareven, Shulamit Lapid, Ruth Almog, Savion Liebrecht, Batya Gur, Alexander and Yonat Sened, Nava Semel, Yoram Kaniuk and Yaakov Shabtai. Yitzhak Auerbach-Orpaz, Anton Shammas, Yossi Birstein, and Haim Be'er are gaining in popularity. These authors experimented with the narrative form, and included magical realism, symbolism, and psychological realism in their writings. For those who think that most themes deal with the European/Russian Jewish experience, check out the works of Sami Michael, Albert Suissa, and Dan Benaya Seri for a different perspective. You can find Batya Gur's works in the MYSTERY PAGE.
GenX writers include Yehudit Katzir, Etgar Keret, Orly Castel-Blum, Gadi Taub, Irit Linor, and Mira Magen.

[book] The Loves of Judith by Meir Shalev, Barbara Harshav (Translator)
Hardcover - 315 pages (April 1999). Meir Shalev is one of Israel's foremost novelists. The extraordinary story of three men in the Jezreel Valley and their love for Judith and her son, whom each man participates in raising as his own. When Judith arrives in a small, agricultural village in Palestine after WWII, she is the center of everyone's attention--especially Moshe, a widowed farmer obsessed with his dead wife and his lost braid of hair, which his mother cut off in childhood; Globerman, a coarse cattle dealer who loves women, money, and meat; and Jacob, a farmer who gives up his wife, the most beautiful woman in the village, to turn his energies toward raising canaries and wooing Judith with all his might. For ten years the three men strive to win Judith's exclusive love, but she will not agree to marry any one of them. In her eleventh year in the village she gives birth to a son named Zayde, who looks like all three men. All three consider him their son, and all three participate in raising him. Judith finally marries Moshe, but within a few weeks she is killed under a tree that collapses during a snowstorm. This extraordinary quasi-mythological tale is told many years later by an adult Zayde, as he learns the details of his mother's life over meals elaborately prepared for him by Jacob. A universal story of love and destiny, "The Loves of Judith" masterfully combines classic Israeli characters with magic realism, as cows, canaries, and crows all act as emissaries of fate, along with a homosexual Italian prisoner-of-war who knows all there is to know about love. Click to read more.
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[book] Panther in the Basement by Amos Oz, Nicholas De Lange (Translator)
Paperback - 160 pages (October 1998). In the small town of Tel Kedar we meet Theo and his lover, Noa. A man thought to be an arms dealer asks Noa to oversee a drug rehabilitation center established in memory of his son, so Noah sets off to raise support for the idea. Meanwhile, details are revealed about 60 year old Theo and Noa's relationship and the lives of members of the community, all of which tell the larger story of Israel, death, and peace. Click to read more.
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[book] The Selected Poetry of Yehuda Amichai by Yehuda Amichai
Paperback Rev Exp edition (September 1996). Robert Alter, writing in The New York Times, wrote, "Yehuda Amichai is Israel's most popular poet as well as a literary figure of international reputation. His poetry has been translated into more than thirty languages. Renowned translators Chana Bloch and Stephen Mitchell have selected Amichai's most beloved and enduring poems from his eleven volumes and have included forty new poems from his recent work in this revised and expanded collection. "For sheer energy of imagination, for the constantly renewed sense of poetry's ability to engage reality, Amichai has no close competitors on the Israeli scene, and perhaps only a few worldwide. Click to read more and to see a listing of all the poems contained in this inexpensive volume.
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[book] Selected Poems of Hayyim Nahman Bialik by Israel Efros (Editor), Lionel S. Reiss (Illustrator).
Hardcover - 240 pages (1997). Reviewers have said that this, his 12th novel, is the best. A love story set in Austria, it is, of course, also a allegory. Click to read more expanded reviews.
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[book] The Penguin Book of Hebrew Verse by T. Carmi (Editor).
Paperback - 608 pages Reissued edition (January 1997). Due to the heavy demand, the book was reprinted. Buy it before it goes out of print again. Drawing on a multitude of journals, rare editions, and liturgical collections, a unique anthology gathers the most celebrated Hebrew verse, from the Bible to contemporary Israeli writings, presenting them in English and their original Hebrew. Click to read more expanded reviews.
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[book] On the Blossoming (World Literature in Translation) by Israeli poet, Leah Goldberg. Translated by Miriam Billig Sivan.
Hardcover (June 1992). A rare translation of Leah Goldberg's poems, my favorite Israeli poet. Goldberg expanded the spectrum of lyricism in poems which speak of the city, nature and the human being in search of love, contact and attention. In the words of the Center for Translation, Goldberg was one of a half dozen poets that introduced the rhythms of everyday speech into Hebrew poetry. They gave Hebrew flexibility and richness. The poetry of this period, which was greatly influenced by Russian futurism and symbolism as well as by German expressionism, tended towards the classical structure and melodicism of ordered rhyming. Click to read more expanded reviews.
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[book] The Conversion: A Novel by Aron Appelfeld, Jeffrey M. Green (Translator),.
Hardcover - 240 pages (November 1998). Reviewers have said that this, his 12th novel, is the best. A love story set in Austria, it is, of course, also a allegory. Click to read more expanded reviews.
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[book] A Journey to the End of the Millennium: A Novel by A.B. Yehoshua, Nicholas De Lange (Translator)
Hardcover - 352 pages (February 1999) A brilliantly conceived novel about polygamy and one man's tragic search for validation at the end of the first millennium, by the critically acclaimed author of "Mr. Mani (1990)" and "A Late Divorce". Yehoshua is a 62 year old Moroccan born Haifa University Professor. Reading Avraham B. Yehoshua's works helps you to understand how a master writer can change your emotions through word craft. This novel is set in the year 999 C.E. and concerns Ben Attar as he travels with Abu Lufti from Morocco to that village of Paris, where he will meet their other partner, Rafael Abulafia. Three men, several religions, working together? Click to read more expanded reviews.
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[book] To Know a Woman by Amos Oz, Nicholas De Lange (Translator)
Paperback, Reprinted in 1992. Click to read more.
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[book] To Know a Woman by Amos Oz, Nicholas De Lange (Translator)
Paperback, Reprinted in 1992. Click to read more.
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[book] In the Land of Israel by Amoz Oz, Maurie Goldberg-Bartura (Translator)
Paperback - 275 pages (reprinted November 1993). In the early 1980s, Israel's celebrated novelist Amos Oz traveled throughout Israel, recording its history as spoken by its inhabitants. First published in English 10 years ago, this timeless, astonishingly relevant work has been updated to include events of the past decade. Click to read more.
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[book] Black Box by Amos Oz, Erroll McDonald (Editor), and Nicholas De Lange (Translator)
Paperback - 259 pages Reprint edition (March 1989). Examines the lives of a contemporary Israeli couple whose marriage has ended in disaster. Click to read more.
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[book] A Perfect Peace by Amoz Oz, Halkin Hillel (Translator)
Paperback, Reprinted in 1993. Click to read more.
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[book] 501 Hebrew Verbs : Fully Conjugated in All the Tenses in a New Easy-To-Follow Format alphabetically Arranged by Root by Shmuel Bolozky, Abraham S. Halkin
Click for price and discount. Paperback - 910 pages (May 1996)
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[book] The Meridian Hebrew/English English/Hebrew Dictionary by Dov Ben-Abba (Editor)
Click for price and discount. Paperback Bilingual edition (January 1994). Intended for people requiring English and Hebrew for everyday use, though specialized vocabularies in the exact sciences, the arts, and various sports are included. Carries some 35,000 entries
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[book] The Oxford English-Hebrew Dictionary by N Doniach (Editor), A Kahane (Editor)
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Note. This is English to Hebrew, not Hebrew to English. Paperback - 1120 pages Reprint edition (June 1998) Oxford Univ Press. Great layout. Also gives idiomatic expression and uses some words in sentences. (
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[book] The New Bantam-Megiddo Hebrew & English Dictionary (Bantam Foreign Language Dictionaries) by Reuven, Dr. Sivan, Edward, A., Dr. Levenston
Click for price and discount. Paperback Reissue edition (November 1, 1984) A good cheap basic one for class or basic ulpan.
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[book] Webster's New World Hebrew Dictionary: Hebrew/English-English/Hebrew by Hayim Baltsan
Click for price and discount. Paperback - 912 pages edition (August 1994) Macmillan General Reference.
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[book] Hebrew in 10 Minutes a Day by Kristine K. Kershul
Click for price and discount. Paperback - 134 pages Revised edition (May 1998)
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[book] Hebrew Picture Word Book : Learn over 500 Commonly Used Hebrew Words Through Pictures by Hayward Cirker (Editor), Barbara Steadman (Contributor)
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[book] Mastering Hebrew/Book and 12 Audio Cassettes (The Foreign Service Institute Language Series)
Click for price and discount. Audio Cassettes (November 1988)
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