In the opening lines of her new memoir, the second daughter of Amos Oz, Galia, wrote, “In my childhood, my father beat me, swore and humiliated me. … Not a passing loss of control and not a slap in the face here or there, but a routine of sadistic abuse. My crime was me myself, so the punishment had no end.” Galia’s siblings and mother say they remember Amos, who died in late 2018, very differently. – The Guardian

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