Yitzhak Laor (Hebrew: יצחק לאור, born in 1948) is an Israeli
poet, author and journalist. He is the author of ten poetry books,
three novels, three collections of short stories, two collections of
essays and one play. He is mostly known for his poetry of political
protest, particularly about the
1982 Lebanon War
^ "Author's profile by ithl.org.il". Retrieved March 27, 2012. ^ http://www.versobooks.com/books/klm/l-titles/laor_y_liberal_zionism.shtml ^ "Get rid of Zionism", Haaretz newspaper, June 3, 2011 ^ "Y. Laor: The blood merchants". Haaretz, Opinion. March 27, 2012. Retrieved March 27, 2012.
Stanley Burnshaw et al., eds., The Modern Hebrew Poem Itself, Wayne State University Press, ISBN 0-8143-2485-1. Bilingual edition.
An ordered collection of Laor's articles, referenced by Palestine: Information With Provenance Lines Of Occupation: The Post-Zionist Poetics Of Yitzhak Laor by Joshua Cohen
WorldCat Identities VIAF: 61772911 LCCN: n84072713 ISNI: 0000 0000 7692 2686 GND: 10324543X SUDOC: 077323998 BNF: cb14477406q (data) SNAC: w6m93hcs
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