Author: Michael Dean

Michael Dean has a history degree from Worcester College, Oxford, an MSc in Applied Linguistics from Edinburgh University and a translator's qualification (AIL) in German. His novels are The Crooked Cross (Quaestor, 2000, 2009), Thorn about Spinoza and Rembrandt (Bluemoose Books, 2011), Magic City, a Bildungroman (Odyssey Press new edition 2017), and I, Hogarth (Duckworth-Overlook, 2012), which set out to unify Hogarth's life with his work. He has also written three e-books for Endeavour Press: The Enemy Within (2013), about Jewish resistance in the Netherlands in World War II, Hour Zero (2014) and Before the Darknesss (2015), about Walther Rathenau. He has also written a non-fiction book about Chomsky and over thirty educational publications.

The White Crucifixion
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The White Crucifixion

Holland Park Press

Fiction. Art. Jewish Studies. THE WHITE CRUCIFIXION starts with Chagall's difficult birth in Vitebsk 1887, in the present-day Belarus, and tells the unlikely story of how the eldest son of a herring schlepper became enrolled in art school where he q...

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