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A Guide to the Perplexed

A Guide to the Perplexed The year is and the state of Israel has been defunct for years the majority of its citizens having become refugees overseas Gunther loves European especially German women and soon leaves I

  • Title: A Guide to the Perplexed
  • Author: Gilad Atzmon Philip Simpson
  • ISBN: 9781852428266
  • Page: 277
  • Format: Paperback
  • The year is 2052, and the state of Israel has been defunct for 40 years, the majority of its citizens having become refugees overseas Gunther loves European, especially German, women and soon leaves Israel to find fame, fortune and fornication in Germany, whose collective guilt trip is a goldmine for the licentious professor A darkly funny reflection on the dangers of rThe year is 2052, and the state of Israel has been defunct for 40 years, the majority of its citizens having become refugees overseas Gunther loves European, especially German, women and soon leaves Israel to find fame, fortune and fornication in Germany, whose collective guilt trip is a goldmine for the licentious professor A darkly funny reflection on the dangers of racial purity and the position of the outsider in Western Europe,A Guide to the Perplexed marries the playfulness of Nabokov with the sexiness of Philip Roth It is an angry rant on the effects of ethnic cleansing both our bodies and our minds.Gilad Atzmon was born and grew up in Israel An outspoken anti Zionist, he now lives in London.

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    1. Much is made of Atzmon's rejection of Zionism and emigration out of Israel, so much so that it tends to dominate discussions of his work with a lot of name-calling and hand-wringing on the part of his fellow Israelis and/or Jews elsewhere. What happens then is the obscuring of his craft, which is quite superb."A Guide" is the semi-memoir of an academic who perfected the craft of voyeurism-as-philosophy-and/or-Weltanschaaung. "Peepology" he calls it and this inarticulate, ambiguous framework, ser [...]

    2. Although you shouldn't judge a book by it's cover, sometimes reading the back blurb is all you have to go on. Well, this book is not about what it says on the back - although it is still enjoyable. A little racy but I think that the story still holds it's own.

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