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The story begins : essays on literature / Amos Oz ; translated by Maggie Bar-Tura.Includes bibliographical references (p. 117-118).

Author/creator Oz, Amos
Format Book and Print
Edition1st ed.
Publication InfoNew York : Harcourt Brace, ©1999.
Descriptionvi, 118 pages ; 21 cm
Subject(s)
Uniform titleMatḥilim sipur. English
Contents Introduction : But what actually existed here before the big bang? -- The imperceptible progress of shade : On the beginning of Effi Briest by Theodore Fontane -- Who has come? : On the beginning of "In the prime of her life" by S. Y. Agnon -- With an expression of very respectable importance : On the beginning of Gogol's "The nose" -- A log in a Freshet : On the beginning of Kafka's "a country doctor" -- Huge losses : On the beginning of Chekhov's "Rothschild's fiddle" -- The heat and the day and the wind : On the beginning of S. Yizhar's novel Mikdamot -- Into mother's bosom : On several beginnings in Elsa Morante's history : a novel -- How was it possible for a cow to get onto the balcony : On the beginning of Gabriel García Márquez's The autumn of the patriarch -- Take it outside before I throw up : On the beginning of Raymond Carver's story "Nobody said anything" -- From Tnuva to Monaco : On the beginning of Yaakov Shabtai's story "A private and very awesome leopard" -- Conclusion : Leisurely pleasure.
LCCN 98035353
ISBN0151002975 (alk. paper)

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