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YUDKIN / URI ZVI GREENBERG
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when it conjures up a unique, personal world not private, because
it is communicated; shot through with an original image cluster,
which nevertheless produces the effect. Greenberg’s poetry, most
certainly the greatest Hebrew poetry of our generation, is the
successful creation of a personal stance welded together with the
national mission. Both are his unique products.