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Books by S. Y. Agnon

S. Y. Agnon (1887-1970) was born Shmuel-Yoysef Tshatshkes in the Jewish town of Butshatsh in eastern Galicia, formerly a Polish region. In 1908 he went with the Second Aliya to Palestine, where he published several early masterpieces in Hebrew. In 1912-1924 he lived in Germany and was regularly supported by the publisher and Zionist Sh.-Z. Schocken. From 1924 Agnon lived mostly in Jerusalem. In 1966 he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature. Among his works translated into English are A Simple Story, The Bridal Canopy, Days of Awe, In the Heart of the Seas, and Shira.
A City in Its Fullness By S y Agnon
A City in Its Fullnessby S y Agnon
Shira By S. Y. Agnon
Shiraby S. Y. Agnon
A Simple Story By S. Y. Agnon
A Simple Storyby S. Y. Agnon
Very Good
Twenty One Stories By S. Y. Agnon
Twenty One Storiesby S. Y. Agnon
Well Read
To This Day By S. Y. Agnon
To This Dayby S. Y. Agnon
Well Read
In Mr. Lublin's Store By S Y Agnon
In Mr. Lublin's Storeby S Y Agnon
Two Tales By S. Y. Agnon
Two Talesby S. Y. Agnon
Well Read
The Outcast & Other Tales By S Y Agnon
The Outcast & Other Talesby S Y Agnon
Very Good