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  • There is no novelist writing today who catches the feeling of the moment more surely than Amos Oz

  • Here is a writer unafraid of displaying the full spectrum of the emotions, and a writer - be it noted - who actually seems to have some faith left in the future

  • Shows to brilliant effect the tenacity of non-love and the power of separation

  • A remarkably moving novel, conveying newly the tensions of human needs where politics invades sexual love

    Times Literary Supplement

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