In Gregor von Rezzori's semi-autobiographical satire, Memoirs of an Anti-Semite
, the narrator looks back on a lifetime of fascination with and hatred of Jews. Elie Wiesel has said that Rezzori's voice "echoes with the disturbing and wonderful magic of a true storyteller." Deborah Eisenberg
, who wrote the introduction to the New York Review of Books edition of the novel, joins us to explain why this book should be on your summer reading list.