The Novelists

Rosovsky, Nitza
October 1978
New Republic;10/14/78, Vol. 179 Issue 16, p25
Presents an interview with Amos Oz, a novelist. Information that Amos has published six novels and many short stories which have been translated into 15 languages and have won international acclaim; Description of the process through which Amos goes in writing his books; Information that Amos' father was an expert on comparative literature; Note on Amos' writing style; Views on the differences between Hebrew and English language.


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