Yid Lit: Linda Grant

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Forward contributor Jo-Ann Mort speaks to Orange Prize-winning novelist Linda Grant about her new novel, “We Had It So Good.” In it, Grant uses the story of an American Jew in Britain to illuminate how baby boomers’ hippie beginnings actually led them to more traditional professions and lives of conspicuous consumption.

Read Jo-Ann Mort’s review of “We Had It So Good” in the Forward’s Summer Books section.

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