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Elegantly dressed, with her white hair freshly coiffed, Dvora Waysman greets me warmly outside her comfortable Jerusalem apartment. Accepting a cup of coffee and a piece of homemade cake fresh out of the oven, I immediately discard all pretense of journalistic objectivity. I am hooked. One hour later, I am still entranced – not just by Waysman’s hospitality, but by the captivating tale of an 87-year life story filled with warm memories, fascinating experiences and a lifelong passion for writing.Waysman, a popular author who has written 14 books and thousands of articles, short stories and poems, was born in Melbourne and explains that her writing career began at a very young age.
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