Wed, May 20 | Zoom

2PM: Israeli Poetry Part III | 1967 Anxiety Euphoria & Concern III

As time passes, serenity slowly replaces euphoria- poetry reflects the pain of soldiers who came home from battle changed for ever. Playwright Hanoch Levin creates his anti war pieces. They are rejected by the audiences. With the ongoing War of Attrition, the festive mood changes and is reflected...
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2PM: Israeli Poetry Part III | 1967 Anxiety Euphoria & Concern III

Time & Location

May 20, 2020, 2:00 PM
Zoom

About the Event

 

 Hours remain the same: 11:00 Pacific, 2:00 East Coast, 20:00 Budapest, and 21:00 Jerusalem   Zoom also the same: https://zoom.us/j/92631505585?pwd=TVBibkpRc1JXYURCYlFpOFI3MlB5Zz09       

The description of the coming week’s schedule follows:  

Wednesday May 20th

1967 Anxiety Euphoria & Concern III   As time passes, serenity slowly replaces euphoria- poetry reflects the pain of soldiers who came home from battle changed for ever. Playwright Hanoch Levin creates his anti war pieces. They are rejected by the audiences. With the ongoing War of Attrition, the festive mood changes and is reflected in the poetry of the time.  

Thursday May 21st

Imperatives   Have you noticed how many Israeli songs as well as some poems include verbs in the imperative mode?: Go! Climb! Say! Do not say! –when putting them together in one session, we may come up with some insights about our culture and what it expects us to do or not do.