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Ladies Gentleman, The Original Music: Of The Hebrew Alphabet And Weekend In Mustarra

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Filled with Curt Leviant's signature blend of humor and drama, these two enchanting and original novellas lure readers into a dazzling storybook world.
    "Ladies and Gentlemen, the Original Music of the Hebrew Alphabet" is set in Budapest during the Communist era. The story focuses on the tenuous seesaw between Dr. Isaac Gantz, a musicologist, and engineer Ferdinand Fried
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Hardcover, 168 pages
Published November 1st 2002 by University of Wisconsin Press
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Curt Leviant (born 1932, Vienna) is a retired Jewish Studies professor, as well as a novelist and translator.

He came to the United States in 1938. His 1957 master's thesis was on Lamed Shapiro. 1966 doctoral thesis was a translation with commentary, published in 1969 as King Artur: A Hebrew Authurian Romance of 1279.

Leviant was also a book reviewer, usually of Jewish authors, with reviews appearin
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