Gabriel Josipovici

France, 1940

Gabriel Josipovici is the author of novels, short stories, plays and literary criticsm. He was educated in Egypt and the United Kingdom, and studied English in Oxford. He taught English language and literature at the University of Sussex between 1963 and 1998, eventually as a professor, and left in order to become a fulltime writer. Among his works are The Book of God (1988), Touch (1996), A Life (2001), the short story collection Heart’s Wings (2010) and the analytical What Ever Happened to Modernism? (2010). Josipovici also regularly contributes to the Times Literary Supplement.

What Ever Happened to Modernism? is discussed in detail in Nexus Review.