in Agnon’s Story


  1. Writer S.Y. Agnon (1966). Photographer: Jachin Hirsch (1934–2011). Photo agency: Israel Press and Photo Agency. National Library of Israel 606

  2. Arthur Ruppin (left) and Jacob Thon, Palestine Office in Jaffa (1908). Photographer unknown 606

  3. Portrait of Avigdor Arikha (1980). Photographer: Stanley Batkin. Information Center for Israeli Art, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem 607

  4. Else Esther Agnon as a young mother in Germany. Photographer unknown. Hemdat Agnon 607

  5. Else Marx as a young woman in Germany (ca. 1910). Photographer unknown. Schocken Books, Tel Aviv, Israel 608

  6. General Erich von Falkenhayn (1913). Albert Meyer, German postcard 608

  7. Fichman and Bialik (1911). Photographer unknown. National Library of Israel, Jerusalem 609

  8. Geronimus Krishevsky (Gero Gera) (1940’s). David Tidhar’s Encyclopedia of Jewish Pioneers in Palestine 609

  9. Sign calling on Palestinian Jews to Hebraize their names (1926). Hebrew Language Defenders Legion. National Library of Israel, Jerusalem 610

  10. A Meeting of the Board of Directors of the Leo Baeck Institute, Jerusalem (July 20, 1960). Photographer unknown 610

  11. Agnon at middle age (1938). Photograph by Lou Landauer. Ha’aretz newspaper, Tel Aviv, Israel 611

  12. Shlomo Zemach. Photographer: Tsvi Oron (Oruszkes). Central Zionist Archive Jerusalem Israel via Harvard University Library 611

  13. Wilhelm (Wolf) Brünn in Germany (ca. 1923). Photographer unknown. David Tidhar’s Encyclopedia of Jewish Pioneers in Palestine 612

  14. Max Eitingon (standing, second from right) with Sigmund Freud and his committee (1922). Becker & Maass, Berlin. Library of Congress, Washington, dc, usa 612

Agnon’s Story

A Psychoanalytic Biography of S. Y. Agnon