David Grossman

David Grossman was born in Jerusalem in 1954 and lives there with his wife and children.

He has written two works of journalism, The Yellow Wind and Sleeping on a Wire. Throughout the 10 years following the 1993 Oslo Agreements, he published many articles in the European and American press, effectively charting a decade’s demise from hope and optimism to vengeance and violence; a collection of these articles was published in April 2003, on the anniversary of the Oslo Agreements, as Death as a Way of Life.

His works of fiction include The Smile of the Lamb, See Under: Love, Be My Knife, and Lovers and Strangers, among others. His most recent books to appear in English are Her Body Knows: Two Novellas and Lion’s Honey: The Myth of Samson.

Grossman has been presented with numerous awards including Chevalier de lâ Ordre des Artes et des Lettres, the Valumbrosa Prize, Prix Eliette Von Karajan, Premio Mo

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