This fifth book of verse by Dori Manor continues with the pioneering process that he has been leading in Hebrew poetry in the past two decades, adding to it a
new and inspiring layer. He conducts a penetrating search of his own soul and takes a bold and trenchant look at the stations of his life. He has created a poetic, sophisticated autobiography that strips himself perpetually naked before
The book is divided into a number of different cycles, about love, parting, family, as well as a painful political cycle entitled “The Trees of our Land” and an Ars Poetica cycle called “Poetry Workshop”, among others.