A perfect peace
Set in Israel just before the Six-Day War, this novel describes life on a kibbutz, where the founders of Israel and their children struggle to come to terms with their land and with each other. Oz's "strangest, riskiest, and richest novel" (Washington Post Book World). Translated by Hillel Halkin. A Helen and Kurt Wolff Book
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