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A fantasy about the end of the present century when the United
States is underpopulated, Israel overpopulated and a band of
fearless Israelis go to the rescue of the U. S. President who has been
kidnapped.
S
chaeffer
, S
usan
F
romberg
.
Anya.
New York, Macmillan, 1974. 489 p.
A remarkable fictional evocation of the experiences of a woman
who has survived the Nazi Holocaust, as recalled by a 52-year-old
wife and mother who manages to hang on throughout the years
of terror and horror. The recipient of the Edward Lewis Wallant’
Award for the best Jewish fiction of the year.
S
havelson
, M
e lv ille
.
Lualda.
New York, Arbor House, 1975. 289 p.
A Jewish film producer, married and a father, has a relationship
with a sexy film star.
S
wados
, H
arv e y
.
Celebration.
New York, Simon and Schuster, 1975.
348 p.
Sam Lumen is ninety years old and at this stage of life is an
American culture hero. A posthumous novel by an important
American-Jewish writer.