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Adam Kirsch on the Israeli writer Amos Oz

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Amos Oz remains Israel’s perpetual long-shot to bring home the country’s second Nobel Prize in Literature (S.Y. Agnon won the first). Today on Tablet, Adam Kirsch takes a look at his Where the Jackals Howl, Oz’s 1965 collection of short stories that bring into question the virtue of Israeli toughness. Check it out here.

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Adam Kirsch on the Israeli writer Amos Oz

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