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BLACK BOX by Amos Oz; translated from the Hebrew by Nicholas De Lange (A Helen and Kurt Wolff Book/Harcourt Brace Jovanovich: $21.95; 243 pp.)

June 05, 1988|Richard Eder

The matrimonial love-hate triangle that provides the novel's ostensible subject also stands for the unresolved question that troubles and divides thoughtful Israelis over their nation's character and destiny.

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