The poetic changes are examined as part of a poetic-historic move that had started in the 1950's with Nathan Zach's poetic revolution against Alterman and his generation. The generation of the 1960's wished to replace rigid modernist norms and to allow a pluralistic poetry that expresses different voices and discourses. Hertz, Wallach, and Shani are read here in both their historic and gender contexts.The statement in the present tense, however, reinforces the image of the warrior father, and evokes almost immediately the 235 war, in which he found his death. Here, Wallach, his daughter, retrieves and regains the title that her father and his anbsp;...
|Title||:||"Bad Snow-Whites" Israeli Women's Poetry of the 1960's: The Poetics of Dalia Hertz, Yona Wallach, and Rina Shani|
|Author||:||Riki Traum Avidan|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|