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Richler (ˈrɪʃlə Pronunciation for Richler



  1. Mordecai. 1931–2001, Canadian novelist. His novels include St Urbain's Horseman (1971), Solomon Gursky Was Here (1990), and Barney's Version (1997)

Example Sentences Including 'Richler'

I'm talking about that other native son of la belle province, Mordecai Richler.
Globe and Mail (2003)
Levine said three other Richler novels have been optioned as film properties, but he declined to name them.
Globe and Mail (2003)
On Snooker is a sport in every sense, the unexpected work of the late Mordecai Richler , the acclaimed Canadian novelist.
Times, Sunday Times (2001)
Supposedly he was mistaken for that Rabbi Richler who's always on the box about the increase in anti-Semitism in Britain.
Harcourt, Palma A Matter of Conscience
The name on everyone's lips, spoken in admiration and sadness, was that of the recently deceased Mordecai Richler.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
`There was that attack last Tuesday on Mr Kaufmann outside Rabbi Richler 's house.
Harcourt, Palma A Matter of Conscience


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