"Jerusalem" is a novel written by Jacob Israël de Haan, a poet and writer from the Netherlands. The novel tells the story of a young Jewish man named David, who is torn between his upbringing in a traditional Jewish community and his desires for personal freedom and self-discovery. Set in the vibrant city of Jerusalem, the novel explores themes of identity, religion, love, and social conflicts within the Jewish community. "Jerusalem" is known for its lyrical prose and introspective exploration of complex emotions. It was first published in 1911 and remains a highly regarded work in Dutch literature.