American Moses by Stephen Witt PDF

By Stephen Witt

ISBN-10: 0615227996

ISBN-13: 9780615227993

American Moses, an interracial love tale of biblical proportions, follows an American Jew and his black spouse as they lead a rag-tag crew of Jews from upstate ny around the wasteland to the hot Promised Land of Las Vegas. Written with zaftig wit and a marginally of calamity, this debut novel via Stephen Witt has been hailed as a contemporary day Grapes of Wrath.

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