Book Description

Singer's third posthumous novel, is an impressive work which the author published serially in 1981 - 83. It concerns Holocaust survivors in New York in the early 1950s. The story is narrated by Aaron Greidinger, a writer just beginning to receive recognition, who finds himself inextricably involved with a group of refugees on the Upper West Side after Max Aberdam of Warsaw, a "ghost" whom he had long thought dead, walks back into his newspaper office.
Dealer Notes
First Edition; 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall; Gilt titles spine; Dust Jacket un-clipped; Slight foxing to page edges.
Author Singer, Isaac Bashevis
Date 1994
Binding Hardcover (Red Cloth)
Publisher Hamish Hamilton; London
Condition Near Fine in Near Fine Dustjacket
Pages 232

Price: £20.00

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