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Northwestern University Press
February 29, 2012
6.05 X 0.94 X 9.0 inches | 1.14 pounds
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About the Author
Born in what is now Ukraine in 1935, Wilhelm Dichter survived the war in hiding, then lived in Warsaw until leaving Poland for the US in 1968. His first book, God's Horse, was published in 1996 and nominated for the Nike Prize, followed by The Atheists' School in 1999 and English Lessons in 2010. Madeline G. Levine is Kenan Professor of Slavic Literatures Emerita at UNC - Chapel Hill. Among the books she has translated are A Scrap of Time and Other Stories by Ida Fink (Northwestern University Press, 1995), The Woman from Hamburg and Other True Stories by Hanna Krall (2005), and several volumes of prose by Czeslaw Milosz.