אצל Etsel cover

אצל Etsel

אורי ניסן גנסין Gnessin, Uri Nissan

1. 01 - Chapter 1, Part 1
2. 02 - Chapter 1, Part 2
3. 03 - Chapter 1, Part 3
4. 04 - Chapter 2, Part 1
5. 05 - Chapter 2, Part 2
6. 06 - Chapter 2, Part 3
7. 07 - Chapter 2, Part 4
8. 08 - Chapter 2, Part 5
9. 09 - Chapter 3, Part 1
10. 10 - Chapter 3, Part 2
11. 11 - Chapter 3, Part 3
12. 12 - Chapter 4, Part 1
13. 13 - Chapter 4, Part 2
14. 14 - Chapter 4, Part 3
15. 15 - Chapter 4, Part 4
16. 16 - Chapter 4, Part 5
17. 17 - Chapter 5, Part 1
18. 18 - Chapter 5, Part 2
19. 19 - Chapter 5, Part 3
20. 20 - Chapter 5, part 4
21. 21 - Chapter 5, part 5

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Summary

Uri Nissan Gnessin was a Russian Jewish writer, generally considered a pioneer of modern Hebrew literature. His first book was published in 1904. In 1906 he co-founded the Hebrew-language publishing house Nisyonot (Attempts), and after moving to London in 1907, he co-edited (with Hayim Yosef Brenner) Ha'Meorer, a Hebrew periodical. Later he emigrated to Palestine but returned to Russia, then moved to Warsaw, where he died in 1913 of a heart attack. Gnessin wrote in a unique style of prose notable for its expressionistic language form. The story "Etsel" is about a young man suffering severe heart disease, unable to love or accept the love of several women around him.