Serge Gavronsky was born in Paris. He fled Nazi-occupied France in 1940. Gavronsky received his A.B. in European History and French in 1954 from Columbia College and an M.A. in European History in 1955 and a Ph.D in European Intellectual History in 1965 from Columbia University, and is now professor emeritus in the French department at Barnard College.  Gavronsky is in the process of co-translating, with Fran├žois Dominique, the majestic poem "A" by Louis Zukofsky.

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