David Herman reviews The Hooligan's Return by Norman Manea (via 3 Quarks).

According to the wikipedia: "Norman Manea (born 19 July 1936) is a Romanian writer and intellectual, born in Burdujeni, Suceava County, Bukovina. Because he was Jewish in the time of Fascist-controlled Romania, Manea was deported in 1941 (at the age of 5) together with the rest of his family to a concentration camp in Transnistria, but survived, along with his whole family ... Manea is one of the most internationally famous contemporary Romanian writers, considered more popular abroad than in his native country."

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