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Between the Golem’s Teeth: A Portrait of Ernst Weiss

Focus Joel Rotenberg

Not all writers feel fiction is the place to directly take stock of their social surroundings, no matter how out of hand things may be getting.

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No. 19

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​Joel Rotenberg is the translator of Ernst Weiss’s Georg Letham: Physician and Murderer (Archipelago Books). He has also translated work by Hugo von Hofmannsthal and Stefan Zweig for New York Review Books. He lives in New York. 


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