A Memoir of Amos Oz, and Israel NPR's Jennifer Ludden talks with Amos Oz, Israel's leading author, about his new memoir A Tale of Love and Darkness. His life story shares many parallels with the history of the Jewish state.
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A Memoir of Amos Oz, and Israel

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A Memoir of Amos Oz, and Israel

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NPR's Jennifer Ludden talks with Amos Oz, Israel's leading author, about his new memoir A Tale of Love and Darkness. His life story shares many parallels with the history of the Jewish state.

Oz reads from 'A Tale of Love and Darkness'

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The Creation of Israel and Oz's Family

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