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Jeffrey M. Green

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Jeffrey M. Green

Jeffrey M. Green was born in New York City and attended Princeton and Harvard graduate school, ending up with a PhD in Comparative Literature. He moved to Israel with his wife and the first of their four children in 1973. After teaching at the Hebrew University and a high school, then working for the Jewish Agency, he became a freelance translator in 1979. He has had the privilege of translating major Hebrew writers such as Mendele, Gnessin, Hazaz, Agnon, Amalia Kahana-Carmon, Aharon Appelfeld, and Dan Tsalka. He has published two books in Hebrew and a book on translation with the University of Georgia Press, among other things.

Articles by Jeffrey M. Green

from “Seven Moral Failings”
By Maya Arad
Now was the time to ask for a recommendation from David. In fact, he had already intended to raise the subject at their morning meeting, but then that student had appeared, whose name, he discovered,…
Translated from Hebrew by Jeffrey M. Green
Multilingual
Elves
By Sara Shilo
Who would of thought that the Katyusha1 would catch me outside? Six years I don't go out. I walk without thinking, house-market-work-house-clinic-work-house-market-house-work. Comes the Katyusha and…
Translated from Hebrew by Jeffrey M. Green
Multilingual