By Maoz Azaryahu
Combining historic examine and cultural research, Maoz Azaryahu explores different myths which have been a part of the vernacular and notion of town. He relates Tel Aviv's mythology to its physicality via structures, streets, own reports, and municipal guidelines. With severe perception, he evaluates particular myths and their propagation within the spheres of either professional and pop culture.
Azaryahu explores 3 distinctive levels within the background of the mythic Tel Aviv: "The First Hebrew urban" assesses Tel Aviv as Zionist imaginative and prescient and seed of the particular urban; "Non-Stop urban" depicts stylish, international post-Zionist Tel Aviv; and "The White urban" describes Tel Aviv's architectural panorama, created within the Nineteen Thirties and imbued with nostalgia and native status. Tel Aviv: Mythography of a urban will attract city geographers, cultural historians, students of fantasy, and scholars of Israeli society and culture.
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Tel Aviv: Mythography of a City (Space, Place, and Society) (Space, Place and Society) by Maoz Azaryahu