Jews and Words

Type: essays

First Published in 2012

Novelist Amos Oz and historian Fania Oz-Salzberger roam the gamut of Jewish history to explain the integral relationship of Jews and words. Through a blend of storytelling and scholarship, conversation and argument, father and daughter […]

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Between Friends

בין חברים

Type: short stories

First Published in 2012

  In the stories of “Between Friends” Amos Oz returns to the kibbutz of the fifties. The stories take place in the imaginary Kibbutz Yikhat, and they remarkably draw portraits of men and women who […]

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Scenes from Village Life

Type: short stories

First Published in 2009

In the village of Tel Ilan, something is off kilter. An elderly man complains to his daughter that he hears the sound of digging under his house at night. Could it be his tenant, a […]

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Novels

Type: novel

First Published in 2009

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Jerusalem Trilogy

Type: anthology

First Published in 2009

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Die Romanen (The Novels)

Type: anthology

First Published in 2009

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Amos Oz Reader

Type: anthology

First Published in 2009

The Reader draws on Oz’s entire body of work, loosely grouped into four themes: the kibbutz, the city of Jerusalem, the idea of a “promised land,” and his own life story. Included are excerpts from […]

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Heirs

Type: short stories

First Published in 2008

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Rhyming Life And Death

Type: novel

First Published in 2007

In this deft, masterly book, Amos Oz turns his attention away from his family—the subject of the internationally acclaimed A Tale of Love and Darkness—and toward his profession, writing. The plot: eight hours in the […]

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On The Slopes Of A Volcano (Between Israel And Germany)

Type: essays

First Published in 2005

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Suddenly In The Depth Of The Forest

Type: novel

First Published in 2005

In a gray and gloomy village, all of the animals—from dogs and cats to fish and snails—disappeared years before. No one talks about it and no one knows why, though everyone agrees that the village […]

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The Conjuror Of His Tribe

Type: essays

First Published in 2004

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Help Us To Divorce

Type:

First Published in 2004

Two astonishingly powerful essays – ‘How to Cure a Fanatic’ illuminates the evils of fanaticism within the twenty-first century; ‘Help Us To Divorce’ is an inspiring take on how to resolve the Israel-Palestinian conflict.

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How To Cure A Fanatic or Help Us To Divorce

Type: essays

First Published in 2003

In two concise, powerful essays, the award-winning author offers unique insight into the true nature of fanaticism and proposes a reasoned and respectful approach to resolving the Israeli Palestinian conflict. As an added feature, he […]

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But These Are Two Different Wars

Type: essays

First Published in 2002

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A Tale of Love and Darkness

Type: novel

First Published in 2002

Tragic, comic, and utterly honest, this bestselling and critically acclaimed new work by “one of Israel’s most gifted and prolific authors” (Helen Epstein, The Forward) is at once a family saga and a magical self-portrait […]

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Il senso della pace

Type: interview (booklet)

First Published in 2000

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Jerusalem Omnibus

Type: anthology

First Published in 2000

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The Same Sea

Type: novel

First Published in 1999

The Same Sea is Amos Oz’s most adventurous and inventive novel, the book by which he would like to be remembered. The cast of characters ranges from a prodigal son to a widowed father who […]

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All Our Hopes

Type: essays

First Published in 1998

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