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Book review: The Lost Civilization of Suolucidir by Susan Daitch

July 19, 2016

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The Lost Civilization of Suolucidir by Susan Daitch Jul 19, 2016  ·  David Cooper‘s review bookshelves: international-settings, jewish, post-modern, historical-fiction, mysteries, cerebral-fiction “After reading The Lost Civilization of Suolucidir readers will want to start over again to see what details they may have missed the first time through, and yes, this richly crafted and handsomely […]

Books: Fall Out by Susan Daitch – New York NY | Examiner.com

June 30, 2013

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Books: Fall Out by Susan Daitch – New York NY | Examiner.com Also read my ‪New York Journal of Books‬ review ‬ Susan Daitch

2011 Jewish fiction and poetry books

January 2, 2012

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2011 Jewish fiction and poetry books   (a list of Jewish fiction and poetry books I reviewed in the past year).   New York Journal of Books In my other gig I write book reviews for New York Journal of Books; here is a list of Jewish fiction and poetry books I reviewed in the past year […]

Susan Daitch’s novel Paper Conspiracies revisits Dreyfus Affair

October 4, 2011

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New York Jewish fiction writer Susan Daitch‘s third novel Paper Conspiracies, which was published last week by City Lights Books, takes an indirect approach to late Nineteenth Century France’s Dreyfus Affair by way of peripheral minor actors in the scandal and via cinema pioneer Georges Mèliés‘ contemporaneous dramtized documentary film L’affaire Dreyfus . The novel’s six sections alternate between 1990s New York […]