Joel Conarroe (review date 10 April 1994)
SOURCE: "The World Is One Vast Madhouse," in The New York Times Book Review, April 10, 1994, p. 9.
[In the following review, Conarroe praises the posthumous publication of Meshugah.]
One would have to be meshugah (that is, cuckoo, crazy) not to celebrate the publication of this brief tragicomic novel by Isaac Bashevis Singer, who died in 1991. Originally written in Yiddish, Singer's group portrait of Holocaust survivors in Manhattan first appeared in serial form in The Forward during the...
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