This collection of flash fables by Israli author Daniel Oz are reprinted here in both the original Hebrew and English translation (by Jessica Cohen). A single turn of the page can yield insight, whimsy, humour, or sadness.
An icon of Victorian domestic idealism, the coal-fired range not only changed how we cooked, how we washed, and how we decorated — it heralded a radical shift from wood to coal that ultimately led to mining expansion, and the Industrial Revolution.
Reverend Callie Anson knows a reunion at her Cambridge college is a bad idea. And with her policeman partner involved in an unsettling investigation into the stabbing of a teenager, their relationship is indefinitely on hold. But can Callie help?