Memoir by Amos Oz’s Daughter Divides Family and Shocks Israel

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“He told me I was filth,” Galia Oz writes in her book, “Something Disguised as Love,” among other accusations of physical and emotional abuse. Her mother and siblings have defended their late father.“He told me I was filth,” Galia Oz writes in her book, “Something Disguised as Love,” among other accusations of physical and emotional abuse. Her mother and siblings have defended their late father.Read MoreBooks and Literature, Families and Family Life, Hebrew Language, Oz, Amos, Oz, Galia, Something Disguised as Love (Book), Domestic Violence, Children and Childhood, Child Abuse and Neglect, Israel

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