Cartoonist Max Glickman recalls his childhood in a British suburb in the 1950s, surrounded by Jews, each with an entirely different and outspoken view on what it means to be Jewish. After his friend Manny Washinsky is released from prison, Max is compelled to uncover the motive behind Manny's crimethe discovery of which leads Max to understand the indelible effects of the Holocaust and to explore the intrinsic and paradoxical questions of a post-war Jewish identity.
- Paperback | 472 pages
- 134.62 x 205.74 x 35.56mm | 453.59g
- 02 Oct 2009
- Renouf Pub Co Ltd
- Penguin Group Canada