A.B. Yehoshua, Israeli Writer, Dies at 85

In it, the protagonist Molkho has faithfully nursed his dying wife through seven years of illness, at times bathing “her scarred and tortured body,” which has already turned “into some fossil of a species that had become extinct long ago.” Yet, he longs to be free of the burden of caring for her and looks forward to no longer having to endure her sharp tongue.

As the novelist Lore Segal noted in a review for The Times, Molkho, while his wife is still drawing breath, has his eye on his…

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