By Lev Hakak
This e-book starts off with a short heritage in regards to the Jews in Babylon, now Iraq, their Hebrew creativity, and the truth that this creativity was once excluded from the heritage of contemporary Hebrew literature since it was once unknown to the students. The booklet makes a speciality of the years 1735-1950 and provides the secular Hebrew poetry written in Babylon at the moment. it is also the folktales, journalistic articles, epistles, study of Hebrew literature, a narrative and a play. The final half provides the Hebrew periodicals that have been released in Babylon.
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