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To Know A Woman by Amos Oz
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Feb 15, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: fiction
Read in February, 2010

Ravid, retired early from the Israeli secret service, has developed a remarkable ability to tell truth from lie. Yet he doesn't seem to understand the people around him or for that matter himself. Compulsively analytic, feelings are a more difficult puzzle for him.
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“In a short story by Chekhov or a novel by Balzac he found mysteries which, so far as he was aware, did not exist in any spy thriller. 35”
Amos Oz, To Know A Woman

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