Diary of an Adulterous Woman: A Novel

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Syracuse University Press, 2001 - Fiction - 500 pages
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"Two old friends reunite at their Jewish day school's reunion. Now in their early forties, Guido, a photographer, and Charlie, a psychologist, become interested in the same woman, the alluring Aviva, a cello teacher. Unbeknownst to Guido, Charlie takes Guido's mistress, Aviva, as his client. Aviva, meanwhile, knows nothing about the conneciton between the two men."--Jacket.

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Leviant (Partita in Venice, 1999) has a way of pushing the envelope a bit farther than he ought, but there is a sincerity in his style that makes his pretensions forgivable and sometimes even lots of ... Read full review

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If Milan Kundera lived on Long Island, he might have written this novel, a meditation on love and intimacy by the author of the Edward Lewis Wallant Award-winning The Yemenite Girl. The Diary presents ... Read full review

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Curt Leviant is author of six critically acclaimed novels: The Yemenite Girl, Passion in the Desert, The Man Who Thought He Was Messiah, Partita in Venice, Diary of an Adulterous Woman, and Ladies and Gentlemen, the Original Music of the Hebrew Alphabet and Weekend in Mustara (two novellas). He has won the Edward Lewis Wallant Award and writing fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Rockefeller Foundation, the Jerusalem Foundation and the New Jersey Arts Council.

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