Nidra Poller

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Nidra Poller is an American writer and translator who has lived in Paris since 1972. She has contributed to English-language publications such as The Wall Street Journal, National Review, FrontPage Magazine, and The New York Sun.

Poller has been described as a novelist, author of illustrated books for youth, and also a translator, notably of the philosopher, Emmanuel Levinas.[1] Her writings include observations on society and politics, including the Muhammad al-Durrah incident and the Ilan Halimi trial.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Horse York, Ouskokata Publishing, 1980
  • Did you know Machu Picchu?, Messidor, 1984
  • I beg you, Gregory, Le Seuil, 1993

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ e.g. Humanism of the Other. ISBN 0-252-07326-6; Unforeseen History. ISBN 0-252-02883-X[page needed]