A woman finds her own true voice in this award-winning novel from an Israeli author. Once a student of classical singing, Miss Fanny, deciding she lacks the talent to succeed, has sentenced herself to silence. She has a humdrum job in an umbrella company in Tel Aviv, and her only friend is her elderly aunt Leda who is consumed with nostalgia for pre-war Germany. But her job changes, the boss shows her a porno film and she resigns. Her days are long and empty, so when an old suitor invites her to a nightclub in Jaffa, she ...

Miss Fanny's Voice 2002, Vintage/Ebury (a Division of Random, London

ISBN-13: 9780099273530

Trade paperback

Miss Fanny's Voice 2001, Random House UK, London, England

ISBN-13: 9780224059329