Cutting Pomegranates

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In this volume Miriam Halahmy celebrates the work of her brother-in-law, Oded Halahmy, a successful and popular sculptor whose art can be seen in his galleries in New York and in Jaffa, Israel and in many public buildings in the USA and around the world. The text includes illustrations of his work alongside accompanying poems. Miriam Halahmy shares Oded Halahmy's passion for the symbolism of the pomegranate. The fruit is an ancient and universal symbol of beauty, love and marriage, fertility, prosperity, hope, life and rebirth. She plants these seeds in her poetry, which is abundant in imagery. She also draws on her Jewish roots and sense of place, and her place in the world.

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