Etgar Keret

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Israeli author of graphic novels and short stories, scriptwriter for film and television

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A clone of Adolf Hitler, an unhappy angel, and and a dad who shapeshifts into a rabbit are all characters in Israeli writer Etgar Keret’s new short story collection called “Fly…

Politics runs through Israeli writer Etgar Keret's short story collection

A clone of Adolf Hitler, an unhappy angel, and and a dad who shapeshifts into a rabbit are all characters in Israeli writer Etgar Keret’s new short story collection called “Fly…

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Israeli writer Etgar Keret’s son was born during a terrorist attack.

Etgar Keret and 'The Seven Good Years'

Israeli writer Etgar Keret’s son was born during a terrorist attack.

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