Itamar Zohar (Haaretz)
By Itamar Zohar (Haaretz)
Amos Oz, Peerless Chronicler Of Israel’s Triumph And Tragedy, Dies At 79
Israeli writer Amos Oz, Israel Prize laureate, died on Friday at 79 after fighting cancer. My beloved father, Amos Oz, a wonderful family man, an author, a man of peace and moderation, died today peacefully after a short battle with cancer. He was surrounded by his lovers and knew it to the end. May his…
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