Other People's Houses: A Novel by Lore Segal

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Other People's Houses: A Novel

'“An immensely impressive, unclassifiable book. On the surface it is an account of flight from the Nazis, of displacement and transplantation; but beneath that it contains an extraordinary rendering of the self.” —The New Republic“A brilliant novel in the form of a memoir . . . [Lore Segal has] the sharp analytic eye of a born writer.” —The New York Times Book Review“Great sensitivity, coolness, and charm . . . the keen innocent observation of the child’s-eye view.” —The New York Review of Books“A unique document in narrative. It deals with experiences that none of us . . . can remember without shame for some of our fellow creatures; yet the book itself is light, easy, dry, and done with the detachment of a born storyteller.” —Alfred Kazin'
'“An immensely impressive, unclassifiable book. On the surface it is an account of flight from the Nazis, of displacement and transplantation; but beneath that it contains an extraordinary rendering of the self.” —The New Republic“A brilliant novel in the form of a memoir . . . [Lore Segal has] the sharp analytic eye of a born writer.” —The New York Times Book Review“Great sensitivity, coolness, and charm . . . the keen innocent observation of the child’s-eye view.” —The New York Review of Books“A unique document in narrative. It deals with experiences that none of us . . . can remember without shame for some of our fellow creatures; yet the book itself is light, easy, dry, and done with the detachment of a born storyteller.” —Alfred Kazin'
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781497654976 Pages: 323