The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz (Audiobook)
Pub Date: June 1, 1999
BTC Audiobooks / Fiction / Novels
Audio Cassette: 9780864922458 $27.95
The dazzling tale of a clever young rogue who makes good (or at least makes money), The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz established Mordecai Richler as one of the great comic writers of the twentieth century. Determined to claw his way out of Montreal's Jewish ghetto, young Duddy takes to heart his grandfather's maxim that "a man without land is nobody." In his relentless pursuit of property and a big-time reputation, the cynical dreamer lies, cheats, and hurts everyone who loves him.
A two-time recipient of Canada's Governor's General Award and the winner of Screenwriters Guild of America Award for Best Screenplay (for the film version of The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz), Mordecai Richler published 10 novels before his death in 2001. He was also a regular contributor to a diverse range of magazines, including Gentlemen's Quarterly, The Spectator, The New Statesmen and Punch.
Paul Hecht is a Canadian stage, film, and television actor.
"Paul Hecht had me laughing out loud." — National Post
"The audiobook combines music and sound effects with Paul Hecht's excellent narration and Duddy and all of his chutzpah are brought vividly to life." — Quill & Quire
"Hecht is an excellent narrator with a facility for voicing accents." — KLIATT