The Imaginary Voyage: With Theodor Herzl in Israel

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Arcade Publishing, 1999 - 216 oldal
In this moving and often astonishing memoir, Nobel Peace Prize winner and former Israeli prime minister Shimon Peres undertakes something most unusual: an imaginary voyage with Theodor Herzl, the great Zionist theorist and spiritual father of Israel. Despite the decades that separate them, they visit together places that Herzl knew only as "dreams in the desert". With a mixture of pride and irritation, the two men reflect on Israel's remarkable journey as they travel the land, from the teeming streets of Tel Aviv to the walls of Jerusalem, from Haifa to the slopes of Mount Carmel, from the Kibbutz Gueva to the Sea of Tiberius. Their viewpoints vary, their memories are different, but men are united in their love for the "promised land".
 

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Introduction
1
The Walls of Jerusalem
49
The Bay of Hope
79
Generations
109
Passions
135
A Year in Moscow
161
Returning to the Beginning
187
Epilogue
201
Thanks
215
Copyright

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