Avraham B. Yehoshua, an Israeli writer and professor of literature, is an active participant in the Israeli Peace movement. Known for his introspective fictional writings, his famous works include “The Lover,” “Five Seasons,” “A Woman in Jerusalem,” “A Journey to the End of the Millennium” and “The Liberated Bride.” He is awarded the prestigious Bialik prize in 1989, the Israel Prize in 1995 and the Los Angeles Times Book Prize in 2006.
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