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A Story about Mr. Silberstein free pdf Through the central figure of Emanuel Silberstein, the novel draws the reader into an exploration of identity and the futile attempt to define a self "independent" of others. With a sharp eye on the Swedish milieu, Josephson probes the roots of anti-Semitism and thus of prejudice and self-deception in general. He creates his characters with the help of a keen ear for dialogue and interior voices, and deploys them with the skill of one who has long experience in the theater.

About Erland Josephson

Erland Josephson is widely acclaimed for his work as a stage and screen actor. He has had major roles in films by Ingmar Bergman (including the recent film Faithless) and has served as the director of the Royal Dramatic Theater in Stockholm. Josephson has also distinguished himself as an author, having written numerous books, including eight novels and four highly praised memoirs.

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Author : Erland Josephson
Publisher : Northwestern University Press,U.S.
Data Published : 01 December 1997
ISBN : 0810112779
EAN : 9780810112773
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 139 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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