Tel Aviv Stories: Identity and Dislocation in a Strangely Familiar Place


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Israeli-American novelist Dalia Rosenfeld discusses her new and critically-acclaimed book The Worlds We Think We Know, a collection of short stories, in many of which Tel Aviv is a silent protagonist. Rosenfeld’s stories explore human beings’ internal struggles, laying bare the contradictions that lie within us all.

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This season of the Tel Aviv Review is made possible by The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute, which promotes humanistic, democratic, and liberal values in the social discourse in Israel.

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One comment on “Tel Aviv Stories: Identity and Dislocation in a Strangely Familiar Place

  1. Greg Pollock says:

    Two interviewers so distinct in sound provide opportunity, with the counterpoint of interviewee, for a music to arise, sustaining the hope that conversation can lift toward a horizon–and that is why humanity is never just a person. This podcast meets that, I think.

    (I just make this stuff up.)

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