About Dorothea Shefer-Vanson

Born in London, England, during WWII. Educated in England. B.A. (Sociology and Economics) from London School of Economics, Immigrated to Israel in 1964. Married to Dr. Yigal Shefer. M.A. in Communications, Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Three children, Dana, Ariel and Eitan, and seven grandchildren (to date). Translates, both free-lance and formerly as an employee of the Bank of Israel, from Hebrew, French and German into English. Free-lance writer for various journals in England and the US. Her first novel, ‘The Balancing Game; A Child Between Two Worlds, A Society Approaching War,’ was published in 2013. Her second book, ‘Time Out of Joint; The Fate of a Family,’ will appear later this year (2014).

5 thoughts on “About Dorothea Shefer-Vanson”

  1. Way to go, Dorothea!
    Will look out for your future posts…

    Nina

  2. Micki Esken said:

    Thank you for your review of 21 rue La Boétie. I am unable to read French so I really appreciate your assistance. The recovery of looted Jewish art is at least something. So much was lost that can’t be recovered. Thank you again.
    Micki

  3. Brenda Godfrey said:

    Dear Mrs Dorothea Shefer-Vanson
    I am so enjoying your book, I realize that we must have grown up in the same part of the world and at about the same time, as your novel is full of memories, just like mine.
    Looking forward to your new book.
    Best regards
    Brenda Godrey (Lyons)

  4. Dorothea –
    We most probably are related as Ruth Weisz from Argentina is my late mother’s first cousin. Please contact me at dmanshel@manshel.com or i978-559-1565 (EDT). Thank you.
    David

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