Review: A WOMAN IN JERUSALEM by A.B. Yehoshua

Bomb Scene

by Ruth Franklin for The New Republic Online (Jan. 4, 2007)

“According to the Jewish calendar, the day begins at sundown. This runs counter to the way most people experience time, but it makes a peculiar sense in the novels of A.B. Yehoshua, in which the most important activities almost always take place at night, and the main characters are insomniacs, either by choice or by compulsion.”

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