Available now, two new paperback rejackets of Amos Oz’s most influential and important works, including his very first.
WHERE THE JACKALS HOWL
: Amos Oz’s first book: a disturbing and beautiful collection of short stories about kibbutz life. Written in the ’60s, these eight stories convey the tension and intensity of feeling in the founding period of Israel, a brand-new state with an age-old history.
SOUMCHI: An eleven-year-old boy in British-occupied Jerusalem trades away one possession after another, only to find something much more wonderful—his first love.