The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Shimon Sandbank is Professor Emeritus in Comparative Literature and English, Hebrew University, author of books on Hebrew poetry and the European tradition and Kafka and his influence on modern literature. He has published Hebrew translations of Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, Shakespeare’s Sonnets, Rilke’s Duino Elegies, and the poetry of Hopkins, Yeats, Celan, Hoelderlin and many others. He is the winner of Israel Prize (1996) for poetry translation.
Essays in Partial Answers
The Translator’s Impossible Task : Variations on Walter Benjamin
Volume 13, Issue 2, June 2015