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Coming Soon explained Coming Soon , review Coming Soon , trailer Coming Soon , box office Coming Soon , analysis Coming Soon , Coming Soon 34f1 Is Jerusalem The Centre Of The World Or The Place Where It Will End For The People Of This Novel Set Around In The Divided City, It Is The End There Is No Way Out In Front Of Them Lies The Border And No Man S Land Behind Lies A Nondescript Little Town And The Road They Won T Take Away To Normality And The Sea They Are A Colourful Crew Refugees, Jews, Christians, Run Away Monks, Nuns, A Restless Polyglot Kind Of Family Intellectual, Artistic, Theatrical Who, By Choice Or Accident, Find Themselves Living At A Dead End, Near Or Even Right On Top Of The Volatile Border That Cuts The City In Two The Wound Is Still New And Won T Heal So Their Lives, Loves And Jealousies Are Shadowed By The Ghosts Of The People Who, Ten Years Before, Abandoned The Houses Where They Now Live, And The Instability They Experience In Their Lives Grows Out Of This Landscape And Its History The Eichmann Trial, And Preparations For It, Pervades The Book, As Do Preparations For An Outdoor Staging Of The Medieval Mystery Play Noah S Flood, Adapted And Set In Contemporary Jerusalem The Play Contains A Turbulent, Quixotic, But Also Serious Warning The Waters Could Be Here Any Day And Who Knows How To Build An Ark

  • Paperback
  • 320 pages
  • Coming Soon
  • Zvi Jagendorf
  • 05 July 2018
  • 9781905559923

About the Author: Zvi Jagendorf

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    I bought this book on the strength of reviews of Jagendorf s 2001 Booker finalist Wolfy and the strudelbakers I confess I didn t realise these were old reviews I thought they were comments on Jagendorf s new book I was deeply disappointed in this book Jagendorf assembles a complex cast of characters in 1962 Jerusalem, with Eichmann s trial about to commence One of the characters, Milo cooks up a fantastic project author s words to compete with the Eichmann trial and to challenge the sense of safety that trial will bring Milo s project is to re enact the biblical Flood, re cast in modern Jerusalem Perhaps as a plot this could have worked But Jagendorf burdens the story with multiple digressions and distractions from popular culture and world religions Each of the many characters seems to have a highly eccentric world view meaning that conversations become abstract and often meaningless The story seems to go on an on, and to get nowhere Yes, there is a finale of sorts, but by the time Jagendorf gets there the reader has lost interest The intense drama of the Eichmann trial doesn t get a look in beside the awkwardly plotted guerrilla theatre alongside it There are plenty of potentially interesting characters and stories here But they get swept away in a deluge of disconnected detail.

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