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A. Of all the good things. New York, Di Feder, 1958. 360 p.
Collected poems, prepared for publication by the author himself, but
published posthumously.
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H. Songs to the Eternal. New York, Der Kval, 1959. 159 p.
Latest poems, published on the occasion of the poet’s 70th birthday, in
a luxury edition, with illustrations by Ben.
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I and the sea. Buenos Aires, 1958. 104 p.
Meditative poetry, written mostly in blank verse.
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Th e bird in the ghetto: tragedy in three acts. Montreal,
Canada, 1958. 181 p.
Th e hero of the tragedy is Itzhak Wittenberg, the leader of the Jewish
underground in the Vilna ghetto during the Nazi occupation.