LL2 Isaac Bashevis Singer The Slave

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The Slave

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A drama set against the background of 17th century Poland. It is a love story rooted in the folklore of the period. The author also wrote "The Magician of Lublin", "Old Love", "Shosha", "The Estate", "Family Moskat" and "The Image and Other Stories".

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""The Slave is a burningly radiant, intensely beautiful book. Singer is answering his age like a prophet."--Ted Hughes, "The New York Review of Books
"A peerless storyteller, Singer restores teh sheer enchantment with story, with outcome, with what-happens-next that has been denied most readers since their adolescence. There is about him a bardic quality that gives "The Slave the strength and authority of a timeless folktale."--David Boroff, "Saturday Review
""The Slave" is a burningly radiant, intensely beautiful book. Singer is answering his age like a prophet."--Ted Hughes, "The New York Review of Books"
"A peerless storyteller, Singer restores teh sheer enchantment with story, with outcome, with what-happens-next that has been denied most readers since their adolescence. There is about him a bardic quality that gives "The Slave" the strength and authority of a timeless folktale."--David Boroff, "Saturday Review"

"The Slave" is a burningly radiant, intensely beautiful book. Singer is answering his age like a prophet. "Ted Hughes, The New York Review of Books"

A peerless storyteller, Singer restores teh sheer enchantment with story, with outcome, with what-happens-next that has been denied most readers since their adolescence. There is about him a bardic quality that gives "The Slave" the strength and authority of a timeless folktale. "David Boroff, Saturday Review""

The Slave is a burningly radiant, intensely beautiful book. Singer is answering his age like a prophet. Ted Hughes, The New York Review of Books

A peerless storyteller, Singer restores teh sheer enchantment with story, with outcome, with what-happens-next that has been denied most readers since their adolescence. There is about him a bardic quality that gives The Slave the strength and authority of a timeless folktale. David Boroff, Saturday Review

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About the Author:

Isaac Bashevis Singer (1904-91) was the author of many novels, stories, children's book, and memoirs. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1978.

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Isaac Bashevis Singer
Published by Penguin Books Ltd (1974)
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