The Family Markowitz
The Markowitz family made their first appearance several years ago in the pages of The New Yorker, to the delight of thousands of readers. Through weddings, death, academic conferences, even dreams, Allegra Goodman creates a uniquely humorous, telling, and familial world of conflict, confusion, and love that many readers--regardless of their background--will recognize and deeply enjoy.
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THE FAMILY MARKOWITZUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
With wit, panache, and genuine affection for her characters, Goodman (Total Immersion, 1989) offers a saga of an archetypal Jewish-American family. Though ostensibly a novel, many of the ``chapters ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - laytonwoman3rd - LibraryThing
Goodman has a similar talent to Elizabeth Strout's--you can hear her characters speaking out loud in your head as you read. I absolutely loved her Kaaterskill Falls, but I'm glad I read that one first ... Read full review