"There is no novelist writing today who catches the feeling of the moment more surely than Amos Oz" ( Scotsman)
"Here is a writer unafraid of displaying the full spectrum of the emotions, and a writer - be it noted - who actually seems to have some faith left in the future" ( Guardian)
"Shows to brilliant effect the tenacity of non-love and the power of separation" ( Observer)
"A remarkably moving novel, conveying newly-the tensions of human needs where politics invades sexual love" ( Times Literary Supplement)
A powerful and tragicomic blend of politics and personal destiny, Black Box records in a series of letters the wrecked marriage of Ilana and Alex. Seven years of silence following their bitter divorce is broken when Ilana writes to Alex for help over their wayward and illiterate son, Boaz, and old emotional scars are reopened.
By the winner of the 2013 Franz Kafka Prize, previous winners of which include Philip Roth, Ivan Klima, Elfriede Jelinek, Harold Pinter and John Banville.
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