Hillel Halkin

Hillel Halkin

Hillel Halkin was born in New York and moved to Israel in 1970. A translator of leading Israeli writers including Amos Oz and A.B. Yehoshua. Halkin is also an essayist, literary critic, and journalist. His works appear in the New Republic, Commentary, Forward, and other publications.
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