Nicole Krauss

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Nicole Krauss is an American novelist and the wife of author Jonathan Safran Foer.

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Nicole Krauss took a risk by writing about two protagonists who never meet. Krauss says she let herself follow the characters of Forest Dark into the unknown.

Nicole Krauss: Forest Dark

Nicole Krauss took a risk by writing about two protagonists who never meet. Krauss says she let herself follow the characters of Forest Dark into the unknown.

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Nicole Krauss: Great House

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Nicole Krauss: The History of Love

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