Mordecai Richler

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Noun1.Mordecai Richler - Canadian novelist (born in 1931)
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Half of the essays are in French; those in English discuss such topics as preserving Yiddish culture in Canada: the remarkable legacy of Chaim Leib Fuks, the recreation of Jewish Poland in the Canadian novels of Chava Rosenfarb, from painter to schlockmeister: the evolution of the "doubtful artist" in Mordecai Richler's fiction, generational affinities and conflicts in 21st-century North American Jewish literature, and Canada as a place for Jewish-Ukrainian dialogue.
Naipaul, Norman Mailer, Philip Roth, Mordecai Richler, and others.
A Mordecai Trisler B Mordecai Worcei C Mordecai Proslei D Mordecai Richler 5.
Without that incentive, Jack was not sure he would have made it to Baron Byng High School, where he first met Mordecai Richler. Mordecai's sole interest in Jack was that Jack was close friends with "Lefty" (or Hyman Berger, as the teacher insisted on calling him), the best ball player, track and field athlete, and pool player at school.
Not the posh restaurant in the hotel famous for its luxurious guest service, succulent smoked salmon, and legendary patronage by Montreal writer Mordecai Richler, single malt whiskey in one hand, cigar in the other, book open before him--Joshua then and even now to me--the raconteur crying down the absurd walls of The Establishment, Francophone and Anglophone alike.
Henry Kreisel, Mordecai Richler, and Adele Wiseman published debut novels in 1948, 1954, and 1956, respectively.
Klein or Mordecai Richler. There is nothing about sports, apart from the odd revelation that Mackenzie King despised basketball.
His recent publications include an ebook on George Woodcock (co-edited with Matthew Gruman) and essays on the activist figure in the novels of Joy Kogawa and on allegories of national sacrifice in the novels of Mordecai Richler. In 2012 he was a recipient of a University Killam Teaching Prize, and he is currently an Associate Editor for Canadian Literature.
Farmer Cliff Morgan Mordecai Richler Gordon Stuart's last portrait of Welsh poet Dylan Thomas
The determination to write had set in with adolescence and Munro got her start through a radio show called Anthology, produced by Robert Weaver, who nurtured such other talents as Mordecai Richler and Mavis Gallant.
Don Quixote's mimicry of his chivalric ideal is an excellent platform for Cervantes's satire, just as the mimicry of the transitional characters in their books for children are for the satire of Thomas King, Mordecai Richler, and Margaret Atwood.