Yitzhak Shenhar Hebrew Writer, Dies in Israel; Was Named Consul
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Yitzhak Shenhar Hebrew Writer, Dies in Israel; Was Named Consul

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Yitzhak Shenhar, Hebrew writer and translator, died here today. He was 50. Mr. Shenhar, who was recently named consul-designate at Bombay, translated into Hebrew the works of Kafka, Tolstoy and Gogol. He was also a member of the board of the Israel Writers Association.

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