The Bear Boy – Cynthia Ozick



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The Bear Boy is a story specific to time and place, and about the dislocation of time and place too. It is set in 1935 at the only moment in history when the idea of socialism flickered to life in the United States, when Jewish intellectuals were fleeing out of the country where they were once respected writers and professors, and when a great many people were equal to each other in that the most had little material wealth.The oversize Mitwisser clan are German refugees who survive at the whim of their vagabond benefactor, James Albair. James is heir to the fortune amassed by his father, the author of a wildly popular series of children’s books called The Bear Boy. Wayward, feckless and with money to burn, James has taken up the eccentric Mitwissers – scholarly patriach, invalid wife, and five scrappy children – as his latest caprice.

Vezava: Trda

Ohranjenost: 4/5

Leto izdaje: 2004

Število strani: 310

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