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Rachèle Liberman

Rachèle Liberman (b. 1950) was born and grew up in Belgium and lives in Israel. She is a certified translator and a certified linguistic editor, and holds a PhD in Hebrew from the Bar Ilan University in Ramat Gan, Israel. She translates from Dutch, French and German into Hebrew, focusing not only on fiction but also on nonfiction books on history and the social sciences. Literary works she has translated include the following:

  • ‘Siegfried: A Black Idyll’ by Harry Mulisch
  • ‘In Lucia’s Eyes’ by Arthur Japin
  • ‘The Twin’ by Gerbrand Bakker
  • ‘Tirza’ and ‘The Man Without Illness’ by Arnon Grunberg
  • ‘The Decision’ by Britta Böhler