One Last Story and That's it

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Katha, Jan 1, 2005 - Short stories, Hebrew - 124 pages
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The extraordianry collection has the kind of writing that could hook a lot of readers, including some who rarely open a book
 

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Contents

The Story About A Bus Driver Who Wanted to be
6
Breaking the
19
Shoes
34
Siren
48
Copyright

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About the author (2005)

Etgar Keret was born on August 20, 1967 in Israel. He is an Israeli-Polish writer known for his short stories, graphic novels, and scriptwriting for film and television. He is a lecturer at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Beer Sheva, and at Tel Aviv University. Keret's first published work was Pipelines, a collection of short stories. His second book, Missing Kissinger, a collection of fifty very short stories, caught the attention of the general public. He has also co-authored several comic books, among them Nobody Said It Was Going to Be Fun with Rutu Modan and Streets of Fury with Asaf Hanuka. In 1998, Keret published Kneller's Happy Campers, He also wrote a children's book Dad Runs Away with the Circus. In 2016 his title The Seven Good Years made the New Zealand Best Seller List.

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