Seligson, Esther

(b. 1942)
   Mexican novelist. She was editor of the bi-monthly review of Jewish culture Aqui estamos in Oaxaca. Some of her writings deal with Jewish subjects.

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  • SELIGSON, ESTHER — (1941– ), Mexican author. Born in Mexico City, she studied French and Hispanic literature at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma. Seligson was an accomplished translator into Spanish of such authors as Edmond Jabés. Her writing covers a broad… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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  • La caída en el tiempo — Publicado en 1966 es el quinto libro de Cioran , por editorial Gallimard, su título original es: La chute dans le temps, con traducción de Esther Seligson. Filósofo de conciencias, según Esther Seligson, explora temas como la historia, el hombre …   Wikipedia Español

  • La caída en el tiempo — Publicado en 1966 es el quinto libro de Cioran , por editorial Gallimard, su título original es: La chute dans le temps, con traducción de Esther Seligson Filosofo de conciencias, según Esther Seligson, explora temas como la historia, el hombre,… …   Enciclopedia Universal

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