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Eleonora Lev

Author of הבוקר הראשון בגן עדן

Includes the names: אלאונורה לב

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Eleonora Lev's father was the sole survivor of a large Polish-Jewish family that died in the Holocaust. Her maternal grandfather was executed by firing squad in Russia during the Stalinist purges. Eleonora Lev serves as literary editor of Words and Images: the Jerusalem Literary Project, a series of in-depth videotaped interviews with great Jewish writers of our time, conducted in conjunction with the National Library in Jerusalem.
She was the first woman writer to win the prestigious Bernstein Prize for her novel First Morning in Paradise (1996). She is also the recipient of several other important awards for her books, literary criticism, translations, and journalism.
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