Jonathan Safran Foer

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Jonathan Safran Foer is an American author and husband of novelist Nicole Krauss

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The hero of Here I Am is a pun-loving television writer who is pummeled by the loss of everything he values.

Jonathan Safran Foer: Here I Am

The hero of Here I Am is a pun-loving television writer who is pummeled by the loss of everything he values.

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The young Jonathan Safran Foer (28) offers an even younger narrator (9) whose father died in the bombing of the World Trade Center.

Jonathan Safran Foer: Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close

The young Jonathan Safran Foer (28) offers an even younger narrator (9) whose father died in the bombing of the World Trade Center.

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