Florence Noiville is a journalist and literary critic for Le Monde. She has written books on Greek and Roman mythology and a biography of Paul Faucher.
"Despite an annoying fondness for rhetorical questions and barely serviceable prose, Noiville gets the story told, and Singer's is a good, dark, paradoxical one."
The life of the late, great Yiddish writer (1904–91), as analyzed by a French journalist and recalled by Singer's relatives, friends, translators, biographers, critics and literary peers.
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