The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
David Fishelov teaches Comparative Literature at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Among his publications are Metaphors of Genre: The Role of Analogy in Genre Theories (University Park: Penn State University Press, 1993), Like a Rainfall: Studies and Essays in Poetic Simile (Jerusalem: The Magness Press, 1996), Samson's Locks: The Transformation of Biblical Samson (Haifa and Tel Aviv: Haifa University Press, 2000). He has also published articles on Modern Hebrew literature and on Eighteenth Century English literature. His latest book is Dialogues with/and Great Books: The Dynamics of Canon Formation (Brighton: Sussex Academic Press, 2010).
updated August 3, 2014
Essays in Partial Answers
Gershon Shaked, The New Tradition: Essays on Modern Hebrew Literature
Volume 6, Number 1, January 2008
The Art of Sympathy in Fiction: Forms of Ethical and Emotional Persuasion, by Howard Sklar
Volume 13, Issue 1, January 2015