German people of the Israeli book

A German-Israeli book story

October 17, 2018 19:19
IMPRESSED WITH the German reading and publishing culture: Assaf Gavron.

IMPRESSED WITH the German reading and publishing culture: Assaf Gavron.. (photo credit: FANA FENG)


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FRANFFURT – At the Leipzig Book Fair early this year, months before the Frankfurt Book Fair that just wrapped up last weekend, the Israel booth sponsored by the Israeli Embassy could hardly accommodate Germans who came for readings with Israeli authors Eshkol Nevo, and Dror Mishani.

In the audience was Franziska Jackisch, a high-school teacher organizing an Israeli-German student exchange with some government financial support.


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