New Directions Publishing, 1 בנוב׳ 2006 - 144 עמודים
The Heart Is Katmandu tells a tale of new loveof paradise gained. Set in today's Haifa and presented in 237 dream-like small chapters, it is a book in which shyness and stumbling tenderness emerge triumphant. Poet Peter Cole has made a beautiful translation, capturing Hoffmann's intense and unfathomably original style. A starred Kirkus Review acclaimed the novel "Beautiful, humane, priceless."
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