Author: Norman Ravvin

Norman Ravvin's most recent book of fiction is THE GIRL WHO STOLE EVERYTHING (Linda Leith Publishing, 2019). His previous books have won prizes in Alberta, Ontario, and Quebec. His novels include The Joyful Child, Café des Westens, and Lola by Night, which appeared in Serbian translation. His story collection Sex, Skyscrapers, and Standard Yiddish won the Ontario Arts Council K.M. Hunter Prize, and his travel essays are collected in Hidden Canada: An Intimate Travelogue. He has traveled many times to Poland—to his family's prewar home and across the country—and this experience informs his writing. He lives in Montreal.

The Girl Who Stole Everything
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The Girl Who Stole Everything

Linda Leith Publishing

Fiction. Jewish Studies. A stolen house on a Polish square. A pop bottle on Vancouver's east side. Nadia Baltzan knows a few things about theft. THE GIRL WHO STOLE EVERYTHING is a fresh and telling portrait of the relationship between prewar Polish ...

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