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Book
xi, 333 pages ; 22 cm
  • Introduction by the playwright
  • Part one: Millennium approaches
  • Part two: Perestroika.
Green Library
HISTORY-13C-01, HISTORY-13C-01, HISTORY-13C-01, HISTORY-3C-01, HISTORY-3C-01, HISTORY-3C-01, JEWISHST-13C-01, JEWISHST-13C-01, JEWISHST-13C-01
Book
x, 673 p., [16] p. of plates : ill., map ; 25 cm.
  • I: Between Rishon Lezion and Manhattan
  • Sussita days
  • Other people
  • II: Between Israel and Palestine
  • Maps and dreams
  • The Syrian syndrome
  • III: The forty days of private Yehoshua Bar-Dayan
  • Three weeks to war: what does Nasser want?
  • Eleven days to war: Noa's father is waiting
  • Ten days to war: what does America want?
  • Nine days to war: a terrible situation
  • One week to war: the generals' revolt
  • Five days to war: the ouster
  • Three days to war: the devision
  • Day one
  • Day two
  • Day three
  • The final days
  • IV: They thought they had won
  • A new land
  • Victory albums
  • The enlightened occupation
  • Teddy's project
  • Face-to-face with Ishmael
  • The blunder
  • Hawks and doves
  • Starting over
  • Absalom days.
Green Library
HISTORY-13C-01, HISTORY-13C-01, HISTORY-13C-01, HISTORY-3C-01, HISTORY-3C-01, HISTORY-3C-01, JEWISHST-13C-01, JEWISHST-13C-01, JEWISHST-13C-01, JEWISHST-3C-01, JEWISHST-3C-01, JEWISHST-3C-01
Book
v. ; 20 cm.
  • Pt.1. Millenium approaches
First performed in Britain at the National Theatre in January 1992, this play is written from a gay perspective and with an AIDS theme. The author is the award-winning writer of "A Bright Room Called Day".
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781854591562 20160528
Green Library
HISTORY-13C-01, HISTORY-13C-01, HISTORY-13C-01, HISTORY-3C-01, HISTORY-3C-01, JEWISHST-13C-01, JEWISHST-13C-01, JEWISHST-13C-01, JEWISHST-3C-01, JEWISHST-3C-01