'A Tale of Love and Darkness,' by Amos OZ, published in English in 2004, has sold more than a million copies worldwide, and officially translated into 28 languages.
By Ido Blass, Haaretz
Israeli author Amos Oz has discovered - to his delight - a bootleg Kurdish translation of his wildly popular book, "A Tale of Love and Darkness.""The Arabic publisher of 'A Tale of Love and Darkness,' who published it just over a year ago in Beirut, was on a trip in northern Iraq and found the book in a bookstore," Oz told Haaretz yesterday. "He bought a copy and sent it to my agent in London, who sent it to me."
"A Tale of Love and Darkness," originally published by Keter in 2002, has sold more than a million copies worldwide. It was published in English by Harcourt in 2004, and has been officially translated into 28 languages.In the autobiographical work, Oz chronicles his childhood
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