Mordecai Richler

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Noun1.Mordecai Richler - Canadian novelist (born in 1931)
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Certainly, we've read (or at least heard of) the literary heavyweights: Munro, Mordechai Richler, Margaret Atwood, and Robertson Davies, to name a few.
In this regard the likes of Michael Ondaatje's In the Skin of a Lion, Hugh Garner's Cabbagetown, Mordechai Richler's stories of mid-century Montreal, and Wayson Choy's and Joy Kogawa's haunted Vancouver remain rare objects.
Mohamed Al-Fayed, chairman of Harrods and the House of Fraser, 66 (above left); Bridget Fonda, actress, 35 (above right); Bobby Bland, R&B singer, 69; Nick Mason, rock musician (Pink Floyd), 54; Mark Owen, formerly of Take That, 27; Mordechai Richler, novelist and playwright, 68; Lord Rix, former actor Brian Rix, 75; Mimi Rogers, actress, 43.