A Mad Desire to Dance


His latest novel, A Mad Desire to Dance, is the fictional counterpoint to his masterpiece Night Trilogy, exploring the avenue of Holocaust literature through the character Doriel Waldman, a sixty-year-old Jewish New Yorker who seeks a psychoanalyst to battle his inner demons.

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