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With a large cast of characters, this is a social novel, a family saga set against the rise of capitalism and of a Jewish bourgeoisie in Lodz. It tells the story, through an interwoven plot, of the clash between old traditions and growing desires.

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"A wonderful novel."
"—"Saul Bellow
“The book has the grand sweep of Tolstoy...pitch perfect artistry and pace.” 
"—The Wall Street Journal"
 
“"The Brothers Ashkenazi" rates a place on any shelf devoted to modern works of art.” 
"—Newsweek"
 
“A very powerful story has been seized upon by a very powerful story-teller...Singer has a stirring gift of narrative; he always writes with verve, sometimes with intensity; his book has magnitude and color and, as it were, a consciousness of its weighty theme.”
"—The New York Times Book Review"

"A wonderful novel."
"--"Saul Bellow

"The book has the grand sweep of Tolstoy...pitch perfect artistry and pace."
"--The Wall Street Journal"

""The Brothers Ashkenazi" rates a place on any shelf devoted to modern works of art."
"--Newsweek"

"A very powerful story has been seized upon by a very powerful story-teller...Singer has a stirring gift of narrative; he always writes with verve, sometimes with intensity; his book has magnitude and color and, as it were, a consciousness of its weighty theme."
"--The New York Times Book Review"

"A wonderful novel."
"--"Saul Bellow
"The book has the grand sweep of Tolstoy...pitch perfect artistry and pace."
"--The Wall Street Journal"
""The Brothers Ashkenazi" rates a place on any shelf devoted to modern works of art."
"--Newsweek"
"A very powerful story has been seized upon by a very powerful story-teller...Singer has a stirring gift of narrative; he always writes with verve, sometimes with intensity; his book has magnitude and color and, as it were, a consciousness of its weighty theme."
"--The New York Times Book Review"

"A wonderful novel."
" "Saul Bellow
The book has the grand sweep of Tolstoy pitch perfect artistry and pace.
" The Wall Street Journal"
"The Brothers Ashkenazi" rates a place on any shelf devoted to modern works of art.
" Newsweek"
A very powerful story has been seized upon by a very powerful story-teller Singer has a stirring gift of narrative; he always writes with verve, sometimes with intensity; his book has magnitude and color and, as it were, a consciousness of its weighty theme.
" The New York Times Book Review""
About the Author:
Israel Joshua Singer, the older brother of Nobel Prize winning Isaac Bashevis Singer, was born in 1893 in Bilgoraj, Poland, the second of four children of a rabbi. In 1916 he contributed to Yiddish newspapers in Warsaw and then in Kiev, and in the latter city his short story, Pearls, was published, which brought him immediate recognition. In 1921 I. J. Singer was hired as a correspondent for the "Jewish Daily Forward. "In 1927 he wrote his first novel, "Steel and Iron, "which was followed five years later by "Yoshe Kalb. "I. J. Singer came to the United States in 1934, and within two years "The Brothers Ashkenazi "was published, a work that was not only an instant success but was also destined to become a classic in its time. He died in New York on February 10, 1944."

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  • PublisherCarroll & Graf Pub
  • Publication date1985
  • ISBN 10 0881841927
  • ISBN 13 9780881841923
  • BindingPaperback
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