The Mythography of Tel Aviv

In his 2007 book Tel Aviv: Mythography of a City, Maoz Azaryahu explores the role that Israel’s largest city plays in the Israeli imagination. Tel Aviv has been seen, over time, as an urban expression of Hebrew nationalism and as a cosmopolitan beach destination no different than Saint Tropez or Barcelona, as a city of capitalism and private enterprise and as a showcase of the Bauhaus architectural style. 


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