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Vivian Eden

Contributor

Vivian Eden

Vivian Eden, who holds a doctorate in comparative literature with a specialty in translation from the University of Iowa, is on the staff of the Haaretz English Edition, a joint venture of the International Herald Tribune and Haaretz, a daily newspaper in Hebrew. Her poetry, translations, stories, reviews, columns and articles have been published in the United States, Israel, Britain, Germany and elsewhere. Among her full-length prose translations are "Arabesques" by Anton Shammas (Harper & Row, 1988) and "Bethlehem Road Murder" by Batya Gur (HarperCollins, 2004).

Articles by Vivian Eden

Cinderella
By Sayed Kashua
Herzl Haliwa lets out a scream and jerks his head from the pillow in alarm. He comes to his senses very quickly—this had happened before—and lies still, gently inhaling and exhaling. Trying…
Translated from Hebrew by Vivian Eden
Multilingual
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