The War of the Rosens
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The War of the Rosens, set in 1965, is about an eccentric Jewish family in the Bronx in which the sibling rivalry between two young sisters--one of whom is seriously ill--reaches a danger point, forcing each family member to face the limitations and complexities of love and faith.
Behler Publications, 9781933016382, 232pp.
Publication Date: July 1, 2007
About the Author
Janice Eidus: Janice Eidus has received numerous awards, including two O.Henry Prizes for her short stories, as well as a Redbook Prize, a Pushcart Prize, a National Writers Voice Residency Award, and a Money for Women/Barbara Deming Fellowship. Her work appears in such anthologies as The OxfordBook of Jewish Stories; Neurotica: Jewish Writers on Sex; and, Growing Up Female. Her four highly acclaimed books are The Celibacy Club, Vito Loves Geraldine, Urban Bliss, and Faithful Rebecca.