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Hannah Bat Shahar (born 1944 Jerusalem) is an Israeli writer. She received the 1994 Prime Minister's Prize.[1] She is a Hebrew Language mentor at Yeshiva University.[2]

Works

  • Sipurei Ha-Kos (Stories of the Owl), stories, Tcherikover, 1987
  • Likroh La-Atalefim (Calling the Bats), stories, Keter, 1990
  • Rikud Ha-Parpar (The Dancing Butterfly), stories, Keter, 1993
  • Sham Sirot Ha-Dayig (Look, the Fishing Boats), three novellas, Hakibbutz Hameuchad/ Siman Kriah, 1997
  • Yonkey Ha-Devash Ha- Metukim (Sweet Honey Birds), stories, Hakibbutz Hameuchad/Siman Kriah, 1999
  • Ha-Naara Mi-Agam Mishigan (The Girl From Lake Michigan), novel, Hakibbutz Hameuchad/ Siman Kriah, 2002
  • Nimfa Levana, Seira Meshugaat (White Nymph, Wild Satyr), novel, Hakibbutz Hameuchad, 2005
  • Tzlalim Ba-Rei (Shadows in the Mirror), novel, Kinneret, Zmora-Bitan, Dvir, 2008

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