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Meir Shalev – Mijn wilde tuin Zelfportret van de grootse Israëlische schrijver Meir Shalev als tuinier, vol levenswijsheid en humor. In ‘Mijn wilde tuin’ beschrijft Meir Shalev zijn verhuizing naar de Vlakte van Jizreel in het noorden van Israël, waar hij een haveloos stuk grond aantreft. Hij legt een nieuwe tuin aan, met wilde bloemen,struiken en bomen, die hij liefdevol onderhoudt. Net als het s
Title
Mijn wilde tuin
Author
Meir Shalev
Translator
Ruben Verhasselt
Illustrator
Refaella Shir
Language
Dutch
Original language
Hebrew
Original title
Ginat bar
Publisher
Amsterdam: Ambo|Anthos, 2018
1 digitaal bestand
ISBN
9789026341441
CloudLibrary
3kuu989

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About Meir Shalev

Meir Shalev (Hebrew: מאיר שלו‎; born 29 July 1948) is an Israeli writer and newspaper columnist for the daily Yedioth Ahronoth . Shalev's books have been translated into 26 languages.

Biography

Shalev was born in Nahalal, Israel. Later he lived in Jerusalem and at Ginosar with his family. He is the son of the Jerusalem poet Yitzhak Shalev. His cousin Zeruya Shalev is also a writer.

Shalev was drafted into the IDF in 1966, and did his military service in the Golani Brigade. He served as a soldier, a squad leader in the brigade's reconnaissance company. Shalev fought in The Six Day War, and a few months after the war was injured in a friendly fire incident.

He began his career by presenting ironic features on television and radio. He also moderated the program Erev Shabbat ("Friday night") on Israel channel one. His first novel, The Blue Mountain, was published in 198…Read more on Wikipedia

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