Biographical Note: ADA AHARONI
Ada Aharoni is a poet, author, and professor, that had been born in Cairo, Egypt, and now lives in Haifa, Israel. She's published 29 books. She writes in French, English and Hebrew and her works have been translated to several languages.
She believes that culture and literature can help to cure the urgent ailments of the global village, including warfare, conflict, and poverty, and the themes of peace and conflict resolution are important ones throughout her functions. She studied at London University, where she received her M. Phil. Degree on Henry Fielding, also at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, where she was granted a Ph.D. on Saul Bellow: Nobel Prize for literature Laureate (1976). She taught English Literature at Haifa University, and Sociology and CR: Conflict Resolution, at the Technion at Haifa, at the department of Humanities. She was professor and a Guest Lecturer at numerous American and European Colleges, including her sabbatical at the college of Pennsylvania.
Her first book, The Second Exodus, was published in 1983, also To Alexandria, Jerusalem and Freedom appeared in 1985. Her historical novel: From The Nile into The Jordan, has been published in 1994; in 1996 she published The Universe Flower, a fantasy for young and older, that has been in comparison to St. Exupery’s Small Prince.
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Her latest eBooks: In Vain: An Extraordinary Life (Kindle Amazon, 2016), along with WOMEN CREATING A WORLD BEYOND WAR AND VIOLENCE, as well as: FROM THE NILE TO THE JORDAN, happen to be very well received.
One of her published novels and fresh eBooks (2016), are moving and intriguing historical books in the Middle East, Egypt, and Israel, and also ten collections of poetry. Her novel for children and childhood: THE PEACE FLOWER: A NUCLEAR SPACE ADVENTURE, was hailed as
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