Litvinoff, Emmanuel

(b. 1915)
   British writer. Litvinoff was born in London and served in the British Army in World War II. He has produced one volume of poetry, Notes for a Survivor (1973) which includes a rebuttal of T.S.Eliot’s anti-Semitism. His novels include The Lost Europeans (1960), The Man Next Door (1968), the trilogy A Death Out of Season (1973), Blood on the Snow (1975) and The Face of Terror (1978); and Falls the Shadow (1983). All his fiction is informed by his Jewish background. He has also edited The Penguin Book of Jewish Short Stories (1979) and he has been very involved in the campaign for Soviet Jewry.

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