[J'Accuse Books ] Free Read as Ebook ↠ Aharon Shabtai


  • Paperback
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  • J'Accuse
  • Aharon Shabtai
  • English
  • 20 April 2019
  • 9780811215398

7 thoughts on “J'Accuse

  1. says:

    Sometimes the politics overwhelms the poetry but mostly this is a strong collection from the Israeli poet appalled at his right wing government

  2. says:

    Poet against War – Aharon Shabtai A Voice Mocking in The Wildernessby Mark ChmielIt’s summertime and this means vacation for some of us and people will be browsing in chain bookstores for the perfect summer escapist re

  3. says:

    This book floored me When writing the notes for this review I felt like a commentator at a fight rather than a reviewer Each poem was a strike

  4. says:

    Aharon Shabtai is an incredible poet Anybody interested in poetry as a form of resistance or protest should read this collection of poems And you should read up on Shabtai in general

  5. says:

    Poetry from a prominent contemporary Hebrew poet I enjoyed the rich imagery Very interesting and heartfelt poetry He's very critical of the perpetual state of war and his nation's contributions to it

  6. says:

    A must for all poets Absolutely breathtaking cerebral and honest

  7. says:

    3 12 stars

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J'Accuse

Es and bombings of the second intifada But at the heart of J'Accuse is the fate of the ethical Hebrew culture in which the poet was raised Shabtai refuses to abandon his belief in the moral underpinnings of Israeli society or to be silent before the barbaric and brutal He witnesses he protests he warns Above all he holds up a mirror to his natio A must for all poets Absolutely breathtaking cerebral and honest

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Playing on Zola's famous letter denouncing the anti Semitism of the French government throughout the Dreyfus affair Aharon Shabtai's title can be taken literally it charges his government and his people with crimes against the humanity of their neighbors Here we find snipers shooting children spin masters trying to whitewash blood baths ammuniti Sometimes the politics overwhelms the poetry but mostly this is a strong collection from the Israeli poet appalled at his right wing government

SUMMARY J'Accuse

On distributed like bars of chocolate and technicians of slaughter for whom morality is merely a pain in the assWith a splendid lyrical physicality that accentuates Shabtai's terse immediacy and matter of fact scorn the poems cover a period of six yearsfrom the 1996 election of Netanyahu as prime minister through the curfews lynchings riots sieg Aharon Shabtai is an incredible poet Anybody interested in poetry as a form of resistance or protest should read this collection of poems And you should read up on Shabtai in general