I am having very good luck with my arbitrary choices of books to read lately.
Levin wrote Obsession in the early 1970s, over twenty years after he first became involved with Otto Frank and “The Diary of Anne Frank”. I don’t want to give away too much detail about this book, because I want everyone to read it. It is interesting on so many different levels.
So, find and read a copy if you are interested in: (1) “The Diary of Anne Frank”; (2) How theater is put together; (3) Jewish theater; (4) Holocaust and post-World War II American Jewish psychology; (5) copywright litigation; (6) psychoanalysis; and (7) an admittedly obsessive personality and its effect on one’s life, and one’s family. Oh, yes, and (8) Leopold and Loeb.
That covers all of the readers of this blog, doesn’t it?