“Kinderlekh, we can have it both ways: On the brilliant and raging revival of non-Israeli Hebrew literature in Europe”
Review by Fania Oz-Salzberger in Hashiloach no. 1, October 2013, pp. 163-169.
“Still are there hidden cities in the reaches of Diaspora where stealthily rises smoke from our ancient candle”. And there did the founders of the journal “Mikan Ve’eylakh” choose to reside. Tal Hever-Chybowski, the founder and editor of this brilliant cultural enterprise, lives between Berlin and Paris, and is joined by Hebrew women and men of letters, among whom renowned scholars, who reside in Europe and the United States.
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To read the article in Hashiloach. (Hebrew)