Ayi tzavua

(from the article `Mapu, Abraham`) ...Victor Hugo and Eugène Sue, Mapu`s novels romanticized a sovereign Israel and indirectly paved the way for the revival of Jewish nationalism and ... Mapu`s third novel, `Ayi tzavua` (1857–69; `The Hypocrite`), marked a departure. It dealt with contemporary life and attacked its...
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