After Hours


Mishani, Dror A. Three. Achuzat Bayit, 2018 [in Hebrew] (June)
Hakimi, Tehila. Company. Resling, 2018 [in Hebrew] (June)
Updike, John. Rabbit, run. Knopf, 1960 (June)
Sebald, W.G. A place in the country. Modern Library, 2015 (May)
Bernstein, Ilana. Tomorrow we’ll go to the amusement park. Kinneret 2018 [in Hebrew]. (May)
Murnane, Gerald. The plains. New Issues Poetry & Prose, 2003 (May)
Zweig, Stefan. Balzac. Viking, 1946 (April)
Kingsolver, Barbara. Unsheltered. Harper, 2018 (March)
Nevo, Eshkol. The Storyteller. Kinneret, 2018 (March)
Smee, Sebastian. The Art of Rivalry: Four Friendships, Betrayals, and Breakthroughs in Modern Art. Random House, 2017. (March)
Yalom, Irvin. Momma and the meaning. Harper, 2000. (Feb)
Carroll, David M. Self-portrait with turtles. Houghton-Mifflin, 2004 (Feb)
Richler, Mordecai. Solomon Gursky was Here. Vintage, 1991 (Jan)

Berg, Sibylle. Thank you for this life. Am Oved, 2018 (Dec)
Yehoshua, Abraham B. The tunnel. Kibbutz Me’uchad, 2018 (Nov) [in Hebrew]
Gay, Roxane. ayiti. Grove, 2018. (Nov)
Elon, Amos. Founder. Penguin Books, 1996. (Nov)
Gary, Romain. Gros-Calin. Am Oved, 2012 [in Hebrew] (Oct)
Moshfegh, Otessa. Eileen. Penguin Book, 2016 (Oct)
Echenoz, Jean. A year. Locus Books 2018 (c. 1997) [in Hebrew] (Sept)
Ne’eman, Yael. Once there was a woman. Achuzat Bayit, 2018. [in Hebrew] (Sept)
Namdar, Ruby. The ruined house. Harper, 2017 (Sept)
di Lampedusa, Giuseppe Tomasi. The leopard. Pantheon, 2013 (c1958) (August)
Echenez, Jean. I’m gone. The New Press, 2014 (Aug)
Hammerman, Ilana and Nieraad, Jurgen. Cancer zone of no return. Am Oved 2001. [in Hebrew](July)
Houellebecq, Michel. Submission. Picador, 2015 (July)
Erens, Pamela. Eleven hours. Tin House Books, 2016 (June)
Arendt, Hannah & Heidegger, Matrin. Letters 1925-1975. Resling, 2017 [in Hebrew] (June)
Lurie, Alison. Foreign affairs. Random House, 1984 (June)
Saunders, George. Lincoln in the Bardo. Random House, 2017 (June)
Neuman, Andres. Talking to ourselves, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2014 (May)
Barlow, Toby. Babayaga. Picador, 2013. (April)
Arad, Maya. The Hebrew teacher. Xargol, 2018 (March)
Erpenbeck, Jenny. Going, went, gone. New Directions, 2017 (March)
Hendricks, Gay and Tinker, Lindsay. The first rule of Ten: A Tenzing Norbu Mystery. Hay House Visions, 2012 (March)
Cusk, Rachel. Transit. Picador, 2016 (Feb)
Hiraide, Takashi. The guest cat. New Directions, 2014 (Feb)
Blondel, Jean-Philippe. The 6:41 to Paris. New Vessel Press (Feb)
Bernhard, Thomas. Woodcutters. Babel, 2017 (in Hebrew). (Jan)
Gleick, James. Genius: The Life and Science of Richard Feynman, Vintage, 1993. (Jan).

Fruttero, Carlo and Franco Lucentini. The Sunday woman. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1973. (Dec.)
Dundy, Elaine. The dud avocado. New York Review of Books, 2007 (Nov.)
Faludi, Susan. In the darkroom. Metropolitan Books, 2016 (Sept)
Sullivan, Rosemary. Stalin’s daughter. Harper Perennial, 2015 (Aug)
Han Kang. The vegetarian. Hogarth, 2016 (July)
Baker, J.A. The peregrine. New York Review of Books, 1967 (July)
Browder, Bill. Red notice. Simon & Schuster, 2015 (July)
Guo, Xiaolu. I am China. Anchor, 2015 (June)
Larsen, Nella. Passing. Penguin, 1929. (May)
Gundar-Goshen, Ayelet. Waking lions. Kinneret, 2014 [in Hebrew] (May)
Yalom, Irvin. The Spinoza problem. Basic Books, 2013 (May)
Yuval, Yirmiyahu. Spinoza and Other Heretics, Princeton University Press, 1992, (Apr)
Catton, Eleanor. The Luminaries. Back Bay Books, 2014. (Mar)
Mukasonga, Scholastique. Our lady of the Nile. Archipelago Books, 2012 (Feb)
Larson, Erik. In the garden of the beasts. Broadway Books, 2011 (Jan.)
Gazdanov, Gaito. The spectre of Alexander Wolf. (Russian © 1947) 2016 [in Heb] (Jan)
Deitch, Gene. For the love of Prague. John Caulkins publishers, 2015. (Jan)

2005-2016 Books

I love poetry and I read and re-read poems frequently.
Some of my most treasured poets include:
David Budbill, Constantine Cavafy, Zbigniew Herbert, Jose Hierro, Yitzhak Laor, Federico Garcia Lorca, Israel Pincas, Wistawa Szymborska

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