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KABAKO FF / ABRAHAM SHLONSKY
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and rebel, he declared: “Every true revolt is an act of restora­
tion.” I t is from this vantage point tha t Shlonsky’s contribution
to our literature is bound to be viewed by future generations
of readers.
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Translations of Shlonsky’s poetry are available in the fol­
lowing works, among others:
Leo W. Schwarz, editor,
A Golden Treasury of Jewish Litera­
ture,
New York, 1937.
Dov Vardi,
New Hebrew Poetry,
Te l Aviv, 1947.
Ru th Finer Mintz,
Modern Hebrew Poetry: A Bilingual A n ­
thology,
Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1966.
S. Y. Penueli and A. Ukhmani,
Anthology of Modern Hebrew
Poetry,
vol. II, Jerusalem, 1966.
Abraham Birman, editor,
An Anthology of Modern Hebrew
Poetry,
New York, 1968.
For listings of translations of individual poems see: Yohai
Goell,
Bibliography of Modern Hebrew Literature in English
Translation,
Jerusalem, 1968.