Judas by AMOS OZ

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Published November 1, 2015 by Siruela. 304 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Christian Science Monitor

Amos Oz’s melancholy new novel suggests that the real tragedy of humankind is that the persecuted yearn to be persecutors.

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Herald Scotland

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As Oz observes in his Times of Israel interview, both “people who fear change and people who do change are considered traitors.” For Oz, the history of Zionism and of the State of Israel can be viewed as an ongoing series of acts that have elements of both betrayal of and loyalty to the ideals of...

Nov 03 2016 | Read Full Review of Judas


... Amos Oz: scholarly issues and intense characters in a wintry Israeli ... But it's
really a novel of ideas and history, related to the Jewish past and ...

Sep 08 2016 | Read Full Review of Judas

In 1959 Jerusalem, young biblical scholar Shmuel Ash supports himself by working as a caregiver for the brilliant but cranky Gershom Wald, who lives in an old stone house with a history. Atalia Abarbanel, an alluring but distant woman

Jun 15 2016 | Read Full Review of Judas