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Second Hand Smoke

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en Limba Engleză Paperback – September 2000

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In the seamy atmosphere of Miami Beach's Collins Avenue, Mila Katz, a streaky card shark and confidante of mobsters, lives by the wits with which she has survived the Holocaust. "Second Hand Smoke" is the story of Mila's sons, Issac and Duncan, the one secretly abandoned in Poland, and the other, American-born, raised as an avenging Nazi hunter, poisoned with rage.
Told in bursts of fractured realism and dark comedy, "Second Hand Smoke" is a postmodern mystery of great lyrical power, deep insight, and emotional resonance.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9780312254186
ISBN-10: 0312254180
Pagini: 320
Dimensiuni: 155 x 236 x 19 mm
Greutate: 0.46 kg
Editura: St. Martin's Griffin

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"In Second Hand Smoke, Than Rosenbaum continues, with tact and talent, his quest for the rediscovery of a vanished world and its haunted wanderers." --Elie Wiesel
"An altogether gripping call of the seemingly endless conseuences of the Holocaust." -Chaim Potok
"Second Hand Smoke is written with passion and energy, penetrating into the roots of Jewish existence. This book is not to be easily forgotten." -Ahron Appelfeld
"As deadly on target as its title. Than Rosenbaum's literary voice is singular, alluring, and important. " --Daniel Goldhagen, author of" Hitler's Willing Executioners"
"Quite extraordinary...Larger than life, but true to life." --Richard Lourie, "The New York Times Book Review"
"Second Hand SMoke is a sharply arresting novel, full of bite, as disquieting its subject." --Merle Rubin, " Los Angeles Times"
"A fierce, poignant and mordantly funny novel." --"Booklist "(starred review)
"A gauntlet of a novel. Than Rosenbaum pro

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