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The apprenticeship of duddy kravitz and millions of other books are mordecai richler (1931-2001) was a canadian author, scriptwriter, and essayist he was the author of ten novels, including barney's version (1997), solomon me: the landscape of montreal life and the struggle of the american dream (in canada.