Monday, January 09, 2006

JIB

Vote for me!

Nominated on JPost for best: Student Life Blog, Life in Israel Blog, New Blog, Jewish Culture Blog

http://info.jpost.com/C005/BlogCentral/JIB.2005/

6 Comments:

Anonymous michael said...

You've got my vote. For Orly and Dr. Maoz's sake at least.

1/10/2006 03:25:00 PM  
Blogger Seth said...

haha, but mainly for orly's

1/10/2006 05:26:00 PM  
Blogger ifyouwillit said...

בהלחה!

1/12/2006 10:28:00 AM  
Anonymous michael said...

Hey, speaking of Orly and Dr. Maoz, two things:

1) Couldn't find the class picture. I thought it might be on that CD she gave us, but it appeared to be only Israeli music, which nobody really needs.

2) Do you have the other essay assignment for the Maoz final? I have the Amos Oz/AB Yehoshua one, but I feel like there was something else I can't find.

1/17/2006 06:48:00 AM  
Blogger Seth said...

Michael - i think this is the one you want. It's long. But I wrote this out for you also as a way to motivate myself.


"Answer two of the following questions. write no more than two pages each".....

You can read:

1.The Name - satire, criticism and possible solution to the conflicts.

2.Compare "The Times My Father Died" to "The Death of the Little God"

3."The Way of the Wind"
a)The main faults of the founding fathers
or b)the motif of the "Blinding Isaac"

4. "Nima Sasoon Writes Poems"
a)The act of writing and its purpose
or
b)What does Nima learn?

5. Loneliness
a)the male character and his function in the story.
or b) what is "israeli" in the story?

6. "facing the forests"
a)As a story about an individual
or b)as a story about national issues

7. Amnon Shamosh
a)the attitude towards the ashkenazi in "tamir" or "optobiography"
or b) loving reconstruction of ethnic culture in "Seven Gates of Return"

8. Orli Kastel Blum
a)"ummi fi Shurl" Ethnic and feminist issues in the story
b)"the woman who went looking for a walkie-talkie" feminist aspects of the story

9.what is new in Etgar Keret's stories compared to the State Generation Writers.

1/17/2006 12:52:00 PM  
Anonymous michael said...

Todah rabah, chabibi.

1/19/2006 12:29:00 AM  

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