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"The novel [is] quite wonderful and, in ways beyond the currently modish usage, magical...bringing into life, with passion and wryness...that incredible Beverly Hills world [of European expatriates]."
--Thomas Flanagan, The Year of the French and other works. "Like a memorable piece of music....The dilemmas and desires of the characters will haunt you."
--Sheila Schwartz,
Paperback, 196 pages
Published March 9th 2004 by iUniverse
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Daniel Melnick has written – in addition to The Ash Tree: An earlier novel about the community of émigré musicians who fled Europe in the late 1930s and raised their families in Los Angeles, Hungry Generations. A study of music and modern literature, Fullness of Dissonance. A novella about Israel during the Iraq war, with stories, Terror and Contrition. He was born in California, attended UC Berke ...more

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