He leads the reader to moral perfection

Ephraim Lapid, ex-Brigadier General and Press Secretary of the Israeli Army, July 2012
The most interesting poems, they are imaginative, allegorical, full of metaphors. Translation into Hebrew is done very professionally - exactly and in a language rich in feelings and thoughts, beautiful authentic Hebrew, and not "street" or "newspaper". Ideas of birth and frailty, space and time, the dualism of the mature, mature Jewish writer who believes in the chosen country and the fabric of every moment of life. Alexander is immersed in the text of the TANAKH and traditions, in these nuances of time, and he leads the reader to moral perfection and the sacraments of culture. He finds new forms: it's fascinating to see poems full of profound philosophical meaning, but written using modern "smileys."
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