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Between friends / Amos Oz ; Translated from the Hebrew by Sondra Silverston.

Oz, Amos. (Author). Silverston, Sondra, translator. (Added Author).
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  • 4 of 4 copies available at Evergreen Indiana.

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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Lake Village Memorial Township Library FIC OZ (Text) 71561000119618 Fiction Available -
Morocco Community Library FIC OZ (Text) 71561000119619 NWPLMFiction Available -
Plainfield-Guilford Township Public Library FIC Oz (Text) 31208911529222 fiction Available -
Roselawn Library FIC OZ (Text) 71561000119620 NWPLRFiction Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 9780547985589
  • ISBN: 0547985584
  • Physical Description: 179 pages 23 cm.
  • Edition: First U.S. Edition.
  • Publisher: Boston : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2013, c2012.

Content descriptions

General Note: First published in Hebrew as Be'in Khaverim.
Formatted Contents Note: Machine generated contents note: The King of Norway -- Two Women -- Between Friends -- Father -- Little Boy -- At Night -- Deir Ajloun-- Esperanto.
Summary, etc.: "Oz lifts the veil on kibbutz existence without palaver. His pinpoint descriptions are pared to perfection. His people twitch with life." -- Scotsman In Between Friends, Amos Oz returns to the kibbutz of the late 1950s, the time and place where his writing began. These eight interconnected stories, set in the fictitious Kibbutz Yekhat, draw masterly profiles of idealistic men and women enduring personal hardships in the shadow of one of the greatest collective dreams of the twentieth century. A devoted father who fails to challenge his daughter's lover, an old friend, a man his own age; an elderly gardener who carries on his shoulders the sorrows of the world; a woman writing poignant letters to her husband's mistress--amid this motley group of people, a man named Martin attempts to teach everyone Esperanto. Each of these stories is a luminous human and literary study; together they offer an eloquent portrait of an idea and of a charged and fascinating epoch. Amos Oz at home. And at his best. Translated from the Hebrew by Sondra Silverston"-- Provided by publisher.
Subject: Short stories, Hebrew > Translations into English.
FICTION / Jewish.
FICTION / Short Stories (single author)

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