The King of Norway

by Amos Oz January 17, 2011

ABSTRACT: Short story about a kibbutz gardener named Zvi Provizor and a widowed teacher named Luna Blank.

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Amos Oz, Fiction, “The King of Norway,” The New Yorker, January 17, 2011, p. 67

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