Jeffrey M. Green


Jeffrey Green grew up in Greenwich Village, New York, attended progressive schools, then went on to Princeton for a BA and Harvard for a PhD in Comparative Literature. In 1973 he moved to Israel. Since 1979 he has worked as a free-lance translator for several important Hebrew authors, including Aharon Appelfeld. He was the ghostwriter of the Holocaust Memoir, A Daughter's Gift of Love by Trudi Birger, which has been published in more than a dozen languages. Additionally he has published hundreds of book reviews, various articles, short stories, and poems. He is the author of two books in Hebrew, as well as “Thinking Through Translation,” published by the University of Georgia Press.

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