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  • Nir Baram story in the New yorker: “At night I used to pad up and down the dark hallways in our house and stop outside my parents’ bedroom. Bending over to squint through the keyhole, I could see my mother’s slight body huddled on the right side of the bed underneath heavy covers, her head

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  • The Economist with a great review on Good people: “Not monsters or even cynics, he answers in a pacey, plot-heavy novel of dramatic events and big ideas, but gifted storytellers fuelled by ordinary motives of love, loyalty or ambition. Blessed or cursed by the “elasticity of the human soul”, they wield this suppleness of spirit

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  • Nir Baram in “Meet the Author” in the Guardian: How do we work and live in a society that we consider unjust? This book looks at the second world war from the perspective of two characters, Sasha and Thomas, who collaborate with Stalin and Hitler respectively. What interested you about that subject? “In Israel, the

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Quite possibly, Dostojewski would write like this if he lived in Israel today.

(Frankfurter Allgemeinmme Zeitung)