"Indirect, subliminal magic." –New York Times Book Review
"Strong, sophisticated stories." –Chicago Tribune
"Joyfulness and simple wisdom." –San Francisco Chronicle
"Delightful little tales, best described as modern Aesop fables." –Hollywood Reporter
Last Pages brings together some of the most thought-provoking and engaging works of Oscar Mandel, a noted Belgian-American playwright, essayist, poet, fiction writer, and scholar. Comprising essays, a novella, a one-act play, and poetry, Last Pages dances through Mandel's archives with wit, sharp intelligence, and sometimes controversy, as with his essay on Judaism, "To Be or Not to Be a Jew."