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by I.B. Singer
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Writer and journalist Aaron Greidinger is working in New York when he is re-united with his friend Max, 'the well-known glutton, guzzler, womanizer', 67 years old and a survivor of the Holocaust. Through him he meets another refugee, Max's clever, charismatic mistress, Miriam, and a passionate involvement ensues. As the brutal truth of her past emerges, Aaron's life takes on a new complexity and uncertainty. Published posthumously, this newly discovered major novel was originally published in Yiddish in serial form between 1981 and 1983 and follows on from Shosha, which described Aaron Greidinger's early years in pre-war Poland and is also published in Penguin Twentieth-Century Classics. WINNER OF THE NOBEL PRIZE FOR LITERATURE
Other Books By I.B. Singer : Collected Stories, The Family Moskat, Magician of Lublin, Old Love Stories, Satan in Goray, The Slave, Zlateh the Goat, Zlateh the Goat and Other Stories
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