About: Call It Sleep

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Call It Sleep is a 1934 novel by Henry Roth. The book is about a young boy growing up in the Jewish immigrant ghetto of New York's Lower East Side in the early 20th century. Although it earned acclaim, the book sold poorly and was out of print for close to 30 years. It received a second life when it was reviewed by literary critic Irving Howe on the front page of The New York Times Book Review on October 25, 1964. Its paperback edition, published by Avon, sold over 1 million copies. The novel was included on TIME magazine's 2005 list of the 100 best English-language novels written since 1923.

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  • Call It Sleep is a 1934 novel by Henry Roth. The book is about a young boy growing up in the Jewish immigrant ghetto of New York's Lower East Side in the early 20th century. Although it earned acclaim, the book sold poorly and was out of print for close to 30 years. It received a second life when it was reviewed by literary critic Irving Howe on the front page of The New York Times Book Review on October 25, 1964. Its paperback edition, published by Avon, sold over 1 million copies. The novel was included on TIME magazine's 2005 list of the 100 best English-language novels written since 1923. (en)
  • Chiamalo sonno è un romanzo di Henry Roth pubblicato nel 1934. Narra le esperienze di un bambino che cresce nel ghetto ebraico di New York (Lower East Side all'inizio del ventesimo secolo. Il libro fu accolto con favore dalla critica, ma si vendette poco e non fu ristampato per quasi trent'anni. Fu riportato in luce da una recensione del critico letterario Irving Howe sulla prima pagina di The New York Times Book Review il 25 ottobre 1964. Riedito da Avon in paperback vendette più di un milione di copie.Il romanzo nel 2005 fu incluso dalla rivista TIME nella lista dei cento migliori romanzi in lingua inglese scritti dal 1923 (anno in cui uscì il primo numero della rivista. (it)
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  • Call It Sleep is a 1934 novel by Henry Roth. The book is about a young boy growing up in the Jewish immigrant ghetto of New York's Lower East Side in the early 20th century. Although it earned acclaim, the book sold poorly and was out of print for close to 30 years. It received a second life when it was reviewed by literary critic Irving Howe on the front page of The New York Times Book Review on October 25, 1964. Its paperback edition, published by Avon, sold over 1 million copies. The novel was included on TIME magazine's 2005 list of the 100 best English-language novels written since 1923. (en)
  • Chiamalo sonno è un romanzo di Henry Roth pubblicato nel 1934. Narra le esperienze di un bambino che cresce nel ghetto ebraico di New York (Lower East Side all'inizio del ventesimo secolo. Il libro fu accolto con favore dalla critica, ma si vendette poco e non fu ristampato per quasi trent'anni. Fu riportato in luce da una recensione del critico letterario Irving Howe sulla prima pagina di The New York Times Book Review il 25 ottobre 1964. Riedito da Avon in paperback vendette più di un milione di copie.Il romanzo nel 2005 fu incluso dalla rivista TIME nella lista dei cento migliori romanzi in lingua inglese scritti dal 1923 (anno in cui uscì il primo numero della rivista. (it)
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