A Glorious Hebrew Poet—and Her Challenging Rhymes https://mosaicmagazine.com/response/arts-culture/2018/06/a-glorious-hebrew-poet-and-her-challenging-rhymes/

It is almost as if English and Hebrew had gotten together and decided, “Yes, we don’t as a rule do well rhyme-wise, but for Raḥel we’ll make a special effort.”

June 25, 2018 | Hillel Halkin
About the author: Hillel Halkin’s books include Yehuda HaleviAcross the Sabbath RiverMelisande: What are Dreams? (a novel), Jabotinsky: A Life (2014), and, most recently, After One-Hundred-and-Twenty (Princeton). 
This is a response to The Life, Work, and Legacy of Israel's Most Beloved Poet, originally published in Mosaic in June 2018

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I thank both Sarah Rindner and Michael Weingrad for their kind comments on “The Life, Work, and Legacy of Israel’s Most Beloved Poet.”

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