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  • Nir Baram gave a substantive interview to Haaretz about his new novel and many other issues.   An Acclaimed Israeli Novelist Calls for a Moral Revolution Nir Baram, whose new novel, ‘At Night’s End,’ is his most personal work yet, talks about the death of his mother and the suicide of his best friend, and

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  • “One of the best coming of age novels I have ever read. A beautiful novel that describes the journey of a boy into adolescence in the midst of life’s turmoil – with the threatening progress of his mother’s disease, his longing for his estranged brother and his busy father, and above all his friendship with his

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

(Frankfurter Allgemeinmme Zeitung)