Thu 24 October 2019 | 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Levontin 7 - Levontin 7, Tel Aviv,
Until the early 1970s, Yeshurun’s fathers were generally regarded as a distant and disparate poet in relation to his contemporaries, led by Nathan Alterman.
Their class differences were also reflected in the acceptance of their poems, when Alterman’s desk in Kassit was at the heart of things, compared to Yeshurun who usually sat at a side table – and in the relationship between the two, where Yeshurun sought recognition and appreciation.
Did Alterman’s death “released” Yeshurun’s work, as his daughter later asked him? Which of them would survive the test of time?
And does the later change in their power relations signal the death of the National Poet institution?
These questions and others will speak about Amos Noy, Jacob Biton, in all of Sareloy and Rita Kogan
Music: Maureen Great
Conductor: Reuel Foxes
Editors: Omar Waldman and Naomi Hasmonay
Levontin 7, 20:00
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Event was held within the framework of the “year of Alterman’s” Tel Aviv-Jaffa
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