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11 Great Books You Must Read Before a Visit to Tel Aviv

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Are you thinking of visiting Tel Aviv? Check out Israel21c’s list of books to help you learn more about this interesting city by the seaside.

Here are our top reads to immerse yourselves in Tel Aviv’s inner depths for a completely sweeping experience of “the city that never stops.”

Forest Dark by Nicole Krauss

Forest Dark, by celebrated American author Nicole Krauss, like her previous novels cleverly touches on the subjects of memory, what it means to be Jewish and Israel itself.

Exploring the tales of two American Jews who’ve come to Tel Aviv to embark on a personal journey intertwining their past and present, the novel is the perfect read for those seeking contemplation far away from home …

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