Uri Zvi Greenberg, 80th Anniversary Exhibition

Uri Zvi Greenberg, 80th Anniversary Exhibition cover photo
Author (Faculty Member): 

This book is the first literary monograph on the poet Uri Zvi Greenberg. It examines Greenberg’s poetry from his sentimental work written in the beginning of the twentieth century, through his expressionistic works written in Hebrew and Yiddish, to his groundbreaking avant-garde political poetry. Uri Zvi Greenberg established milestones on the map of Hebrew poetry, writing the most prominent work about the Holocaust as well as militant poems about the wars of the State of Israel. He created Hebrew fascist poetry as the ultimate example of Judeo-centric radical Hebrew poetry.

National Library Catalogue, Heb.
Publication Date: 
January 1, 1977