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The pursuit of happiness: a novel

Anne Richardson Roiphe - Fiction - 1991 - 473 pages
Five generations of the Gruenbaum family contend with a host of pressures as they immigrate to America, build an empire in the garment industry, and finally turn to Israel for ...
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Up the Sandbox!

Anne Richardson Roiphe - Fiction - 1970 - 155 pages
Story of a pregnant New York housewife who offsets her unfulfilling days by fantasizing about adventures in darkest Africa and revolutionary forays with Fidal Castro.
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If you knew me

Anne Richardson Roiphe - Fiction - 1994 - 296 pages
Impatient with her work, biologist Leah restores herself at her beach house, where she enters into a bizarre triangle with Ollie, a high-school teacher, and his sister, Sally
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Secrets of the City: A Novel

Anne Roiphe - Fiction - 2007 - 320 pages
From the pages of The Forward comes celebrated author Anne Roiphe’s episodic and brilliant novel of a big-city mayor and the struggles that shape the fortunes of his city, the ...
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Lovingkindness: a novel

Anne Richardson Roiphe - Fiction - 1987 - 279 pages
From the acclaimed author of "Fruitful" comes a novel of the love between a mother and daughter. Annie Johnson has worked hard to raise her daughter, Andrea. She is shocked ...
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For Rabbit, with Love and Squalor: An American Read

Anne Richardson Roiphe - Literary Criticism - 2000 - 222 pages
The great love affairs of American fiction serve as fodder for literary criticism and social commentary in a collection of essays on some of the author's favorite male characters.
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A Season for Healing: Reflections on the Holocaust

Anne Richardson Roiphe - Antisemitism - 1988 - 220 pages
In rethinking the events of the Holocaust years, the author wonders at what the Jewish people have become and what we can make of what we know and have experienced.
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1185 Park Avenue

Anne Roiphe - Biography & Autobiography - 1999 - 256 pages
In this captivating memoir, novelist Anne Roiphe shows us what it was really like to grow up rich and Jewish in New York in the 1940s and 1950s. Revisiting the world of her ...
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