Though best know for his short stories, Polish-born Nobel laureate Isaac Bashevis Singer wrote novels as well and this is probably his most famous. It's the story of a Holocaust survivor who juggles three women in NYC and was later made into a film. Part of the amazing post-war wave of terrific Jewish writers (Roth, Bellow, Malamud, Mailer).
Isaac Singer is perhaps my favorite modern author. And Enemies, A Love Story is my favorite of his books. I can't read it without growing up a little more with each page.
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