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  • ENGLISH

    Language
  • 368

    Pages
  • 9780330449304

    ISBN
  • 129 mm

    Width
  • 198 mm

    Height
  • 278 gram

    Weight
  • PAPERBACK

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  • 1 FEBRUARY 2008

    Publish Date
  • 22 mm

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    The Rubin family, everybody agrees, seems doomed to happiness Claudia Rubin is in her heyday. Wife, mother, rabbi and sometime moral voice of the nation, everyone wants to be with her at her older sons glorious February wedding. Until Leo becomes a bolter and the heyday of the Rubin family begins to unravel . . . As intelligent as it is funny. A beautifully observed li The Rubin family, everybody agrees, seems doomed to happiness Claudia Rubin is in her heyday. Wife, mother, rabbi and sometime moral voice of the nation, everyone wants to be with her at her older...  Read More

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    Charlotte Mendelson

    Charlotte Mendelson (born 1972) is a British novelist and editor. Her maternal grandparents were, in her words, Hungarian-speaking-Czech, Ruthenian for about 10 minutes, Carpathian mountain-y, impossible to describe, who left Prague in 1939.
    When she was two, she moved with her parents and her baby sister to a house in a cobbled passage next to St Johns College, Oxford, where her father taught public international law.

    After the Kings School, Canterbury,she studied Ancient and Modern History at the University of Oxford, even though she knows now, with great regret, that what would have suited her best was English literature at somewhere like Leeds.

    She says she became a lesbian suddenly. It was boyfriends up to 22 or 23. Not a whiff of lesbianism. Not even a thought. But Im very all or nothing. It was all that, and now its all this. There was about a 10-minute cross-over period of uncertainty, but it was really not that bad.

    She has two children with the journalist and novelist Joanna Briscoe.

    She won the John Llewellyn Rhys Prize in 2003 and the Somerset Maugham Award in 2004 for her second novel Daughters of Jerusalem. She was shortlisted for the Sunday Times Young Writer of the Year Award in 2003.She contributes regularly to the TLS, the Guardian, the Independent on Sunday and the Observer. She is an editor at the publishers Headline Review. She was placed 60th on the Independent on Sunday Pink List 2007

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