The Terrible Power of a Minor Guilt: Literary Essays
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The Terrible Power of a Minor Guilt: Literary Essays

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What is the relationship between literature and morality? Theater and ethics? Film and moral values? It has become unfashionable for today's critics to make even fleeting references to the moral issues raised by novels, stories, plays, and films. The renowned Israeli novelist and critic Abraham B. Yehoshua considers these crucial questions and illuminates his reading of ni...more
Hardcover, 145 pages
Published November 1st 2000 by Syracuse University Press (first published 2000)
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A. B. Yehoshua is one of Israel's preeminent writers. His novels include A Journey to the End of the Millenium, The Liberated Bride, and A Woman in Jerusalem, which was awarded the Los Angeles Times Book Prize in 2007. He lives in Haifa.
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