A new novel by a Chinese dissident provides a comically stinging vision of his homeland.
A novel by a Nobel prize-winner from Iceland presents a journey into the center of a resolutely antic imagination.
One of Israel’s foremost prose writers has penned a masterful blend of autobiography and invention. A Tale of Love and Darkness: A Memoir, by Amos Oz. Translated from the Hebrew by Nicholas de Lange. (Harcourt) By Marsha Pomerantz In a memoir of 538 pages, it is hard to find a single image emblematic of the […]