Isaac Bashevis Singer | Critical Essay by Andrew Bergman

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Critical Essay by Andrew Bergman

Isaac Bashevis Singer picks up [in "A Young Man in Search of Love"] where his previous memoir, "A Little Boy in Search of God," left off: with the young author in the tenacious arms of his much older lover (and landlady), Gina, and with him trying, through a bit of starvation, to duck the draft. Here again, we are in the world of prewar Yiddish Warsaw, which, we know, is about to be obliterated by history. And we are also, of course, in the exhilarating good company of Mr. Singer, churning with restless skepticism, moral passion and erotic preoccupation….

Mr. Singer's companions and loves, responding to a master's slightest nudge, bound out of his memory and onto the page. He fills his account with gentle humor, capturing quite wonderfully a young man's extravagant self-absorption and urgent need for answers...

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