"The Netanyahus," which won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction this week, recounts a very funny anecdote about Israel's famous family that unfolds more than a half-century before one of them became it's longest-serving prime minister.
Joshua Cohen, who won the Pulitzer Prize this week for his novel “The Netanyahus,” says he had another famously divisive political family in mind when he wrote it
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- Prize-winning 'Netanyahus' author says it's also about Trump (independent.co.uk)
- Prize-winning 'Netanyahus' author says it's also about Trump (washington times)