Amos Oz Challenged Israelis. Now His Work Should Be Our Moral Compass

The giant of Israeli literature didn’t hobnob with celebrities, but put the reader in the street, the garden and the kibbutz and brought out the pain and anxiety of Israeli life

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In recent years, I never imagined that Amos Oz was in the twilight of his life, so vital and poised did he always seem. Of course, I only observed him from a distance. But Oz gave the appearance of being...