Paris in 1923 writes Robert Alter in the introduction, hardly seems a likely place for the gestation of a novel written in Hebrew that would offer a searching panoramic vision of the shtetl's disintegration in the historical maelstrom of the Russian Revolution. Gates of Bronze is a prize-winning landmark of Hebrew fiction. In Hazaz's fictional village of Mokry-Kut, a dot on the vast landscape of Russia, the most portentous currents converge. It is a place where ideologies clash; where a way of life is painfully ...

Gates of Bronze 1975, Jewish Publication Society of America

ISBN-13: 9780827600591

English edition

Unknown binding

Gates of Bronze 1975, Toby Press

ISBN-13: 9781592641345

2nd edition

Trade paperback