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Aware that to “be free” she had to tell her story in “Unortodox”, the American writer Deborah Feldam returns with “Exodus. My unorthodox trip to Berlin”, a sort of second part of her memoirs in which she delves into her identity as a woman, writer and Jew.
Behind large prescription glasses, Feldman’s (New York, 1986) gaze conveys tranquility, and perhaps this is the case because after the success of his first novel and the recent publication of the second (Lumen), he now recognizes Efe in an interview that he is “happy” since he not only has the love of his son and his grandmother, but also his own.
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