Definition of Richler, Mordecai in English:

Richler, Mordecai

proper noun

  • (1931–2001), Canadian writer. One of his best-known novels is "The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz" (1959). Other notable works: "The Incomparable Atuk" (1963), "St. Urbain's Horseman" (1971), and "Simon Gursky Was Here" (1989)

Pronunciation

Richler, Mordecai

/ˈriCHlər/