by Gail Hareven and Dalya Bilu
December 4, 2009 2009's top works of foreign fiction, as picked by critic Jessa Crispin, feature a geography as wide ranging as their topics: genetic research, civil unrest, sibling resentment, and fairy-tale depictions of government corruption.
December 4, 2009 In Gail Hareven's novel, feminist and Israeli author Noa Weber turns to her writing to expose an intimate view of the life, love, and obsessions she is embarrassed to share with the world.
April 3, 2009 From the moment Noa met Alek, she was stripped of her dignity, unable to resist him. In Gail Hareven's witty, compelling Confessions of Noa Weber, Noa admits the humiliating details to her daughter in hopes of exorcising the demon.
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