Lisac u kokošinjcu has 97 ratings and 5 reviews. Marina said: Es war sehr unangenehm dieses Buch zu istisch. Selbst die Dümmsten würden.. . Lisac u kokošinjcu: satirični roman /​ Ephraim Kishon ; preveo Nikola Kršić. Author. Kishon, Ephraim. Published. Zagreb: Znanje, Physical Description. Get this from a library! Lisac u kokošinjcu: satirični roman. [Ephraim Kishon; Nikola Kršić].

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Born into a middle-class Jewish family in Budapest, Hungary, as Ferenc Hoffmann Hungarian Hoffmann FerencKishon studied sculpture and painting, and then began publishing humorous essays and writing for the stage. At one camp his chess talent helped him survive as the camp commandant was looking for an opponent. In another camp the Germans lined up the inmates shooting every tenth person, passing him by. ephtaim

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He later wrote in his book The Scapegoat, “They kishhon a mistake—they left one satirist alive. After he changed his surname from Hoffmann to Kishont to disguise his Jewish heritage and returned to Hungary to study art and publish humorous plays.

He immigrated to Israel in to escape the Communist regime, and an immigration officer gave him the name Ephraim Kishon. His first marriage, in to Eva Chawa Klamer, ended in divorce.


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Inhe married the Austrian writer Lisa Witasek. He had three children: Books by Ephraim Kishon. No trivia or quizzes yet.

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