A magnificent, terrifying, panoramic view of the decline of the Polish Jewry told by the Nobel Prize winning writer, Isaac Bashevis Singer
Published in 1972, Enemies, A Love Story is an astonishing novel that blends humour and pathos to create a rich, humane portrayal of a man who cannot escape his past.
A richly compelling tale of folklore and witchcraft from this modern master, new to Penguin Modern Classics
Ten new titles in the colourful, small-format, portable new Pocket Penguins series.
Isaac Bashivis Singer's work explores humanity in all of its guises. This collection of forty-seven short stories, selected by Singer himself from across the whole of his career, brings together the best of his writing.
'Whatever region his writing inhabits, it is blazing with life and actuality' Ted Hughes, New York Review of Books
'A world that no longer exists reaches us through one of the greatest literary artists of our time' Saturday Review