Benya Krik, the Gangster: And Other Stories
Schocken Books, 1969 - 128页
A group of stories by Isaac Babel, in which he seeks to balance the image of Jewish violence against the violence done to Jews who are so Jewish that they cannot help but be ""nonviolent"". The collection includes the tales ""Benya Krik"" and ""The Gangster"".
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