Marina Groslerner

Marina Groslerner

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Marina Groslerner is an Israeli writer and translator. She was born in Chernivtsi, Ukraine, and immigrated to Israel in 1973. her family settled in Ashdod. Marina studied philosophy and linguistics at Tel Aviv University. She has published two books, Lelia in 2002, and Window Dreams in 2007, and translated dozens of books from Spanish and English to Hebrew. She lives in Jaffa.


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