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Israeli Author David Grossman on Developing an "Intimate Grammar"

Grossman has just written his third novel, "The Book of Intimate Grammar." It tells the story of a young Israeli boy struggling with his family and the world he lives in. Grossman's hero has been compared to Huck Finn and Holden Caulfield, as a boy fighting against growing up.


Other segments from the episode on October 5, 1994

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, October 5. 1994: Interview with Richard Preston; Interview with David Grossman; Review of Elliott Carter's album "Eight Compositions (1948-1993)."


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