Eminent novelist, both in his native Israel, and in the international world of letters. With his more than 20 books translated into thirty-five languages, Grossman is both a reader's writer and a writer's writer - equal to any occasion, moving fluidly among genres, audiences, and readers. Since his publishing debut in 1983, he has been showered with literary prizes as well as those for his active efforts, in word and deed, to bring peace to the Arab-Israeli conflict. Two acknowledged masterpieces: See Under: Love (1986) and To the End of the Land (2010). Grossman is the recipient of the 2017 Man Booker International Prize.