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San Francisco Chronicle: Jewish Role in Battling Apartheid

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San Francisco Chronicle by Michael Rosen October 31, 2014:Neville Frankel was standing in line at the Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg when he saw a group of teenagers pointing and laughing at something. Disturbed and a bit curious, Frankel approached the object, and discovered that it was a...

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Jewish News Virginia: Review of Bloodlines

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October 4, 2013:Neville Frankel, author of Bloodlines, will visit Tidewater as one of the Lee and Bernard Jaffe* Family Jewish Book Festival’s presenters at the Simon Family JCC.A relative of Bill and Sharon Nusbaum’s, Frankel’s ties to Tidewater include his wife, Marlene, who was raised...

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When Is It Perfect Enough?

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The term minimalism is also used to describe a trend in design and architecture where in the subject is reduced to its necessary elements. Minimalist design has been highly influenced by Japanese traditional design and architecture. In addition, the work of De Stijl artists is...

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Why I Paint

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The term minimalism is also used to describe a trend in design and architecture where in the subject is reduced to its necessary elements. Minimalist design has been highly influenced by Japanese traditional design and architecture. In addition, the work of De Stijl artists is...

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Publishers Weekly: Review of Bloodlines

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July 8 2013:Frankel’s second novel is a tense, expansive family yarn unfolding against the backdrop of violent South African apartheid. Much like the author, central character Steven Green was born in South Africa yet raised in America. Green spent his youth in Boston, mourning his...

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Kirkus Indie: Review of Bloodlines

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Kirkus Indie ReviewJune 25, 2013:From author Frankel (The Third Power), a novel about a family fractured by apartheid and a son who struggles to piece everything together.Having left South Africa at a young age, Steven Green grew up in America under the cloud of a...

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The Jewish Advocate: Frankels Have the Right Stuff

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The Jewish Advocate by Susie Davidson January 2013:It was a busy few days for the Frankel family.During a Jan. 17 private launch at the Boston Public Library (BPL) for his son, Neville’s new book Bloodlines, Freddy Frankel read poems about growing up white in apartheid South Africa.Three...

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Boston Globe: About New England Books and Authors

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 The Boston Globe by Jan Gardner January 12, 2013:Neville D. Frankel, who immigrated to Boston from Johannesburg with his family when he was 14, didn’t return to his native country for 38 years. By then, apartheid had ended. He returned several times more, researching his novel “Bloodlines,”...

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