1 thought on “Asahel”

  1. Loved the Kirkus Review from Jan. 12, 1981:KIRKUS REVIEWFar superior to A Short Life (1980), Megged's new novel centers on Asahel Halperin--who works as a statistician in Tel Aviv. Asahel is part of a vaguely artistic/bohemian crowd; he was once briefly married; he has a fierce, independent, and highly intellectual mother living widowed in a small Galilee village. And he himself trusts in auras and illuminations to more or less ""gentle"" his way through life. As such, Asahel is like no one else [...]

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