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Who is Alan Lelchuk?
Alan Lelchuk is a novelist, professor, and editor from Brooklyn, New York. He received his B.A. in World Literature from Brooklyn College in 1960, studied at University College in 1962-63, and received his M.A. in 1963 and Ph.D. in 1965, both in English and from Stanford University. His novels are American Mischief, Miriam at Thirty-Four, Shrinking: The Beginning of My Own Ending, Miriam in Her Forties, Brooklyn Boy, Playing the Game, and Ziff: A Life? He co-edited 8 Great Hebrew Short Novels and has written, for young adults, On Home Ground. His work has been translated into more than half a dozen foreign languages, including Danish, Dutch, French, German, Hebrew, Hungarian, Japanese, Russian, and Spanish.
- born in (77 years ago) in Brooklyn
- nationality: United States of America
- written works: "Ziff: A Life?", "Miriam in her forties", "Eight Hreat Hebrew", "Miriam at Thirty-Four", "American Mischief"
- award: - Guggenheim Fellowship for Creative Arts, US & Canada (Fiction)
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Growing Up Jewish in America (1999)
An Oral History by Myrna Katz Frommer, Harvey Frommer
Alan Lelchuk is a novelist and professor at Dartmouth College .
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