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ramona-ausubel's picture
Feb.20.2012
An isolated village tries to save itself from a war through sheer force of imagination—all at the suggestion of a girl. In 1939, the families in a remote Jewish village in Romania feel the war close in on them.  Their tribe has moved and escaped for thousands of years—across oceans, deserts...
bogdan-tiganov's picture
Jan.17.2009
This collection of short stories and poetry set in post-Ceauşescu and post-cold war Romania takes readers on a journey through the author’s home town of Brăila in the east of the country. Exiled Romanian author Bogdan Tiganov explores social, religious and political issues with insightful frankness...
eva-hoffman's picture
Nov.06.2008
Hoffman here proves herself a first-rate guide to Eastern Europe, offering vivid snapshots of conditions in the former Soviet satellites. Visiting her native Poland, she spends time with the co-editor of one of the country's most successful newspapers, who describes her hellish past hiding in the...
olen-steinhauer's picture
Feb.28.2008
olen-steinhauer's picture
Feb.28.2008
olen-steinhauer's picture
Jan.27.2008
olen-steinhauer's picture
Jan.27.2008
olen-steinhauer's picture
Jan.27.2008
victoria-zackheim's picture
Dec.14.2007
Mimi Zilber has lost her lifelong friend and is left alone, emotionally isolated. How did she succeed with such prestige as a university professor, yet fail so miserably in her personal life? And why can't she allow herself to let down her guard and share her life with the man who adores her? By...