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Arafat's Elephant: Storie. Told mainly from an Israeli perspective, the stories illuminate key moments in its short history, from the birth of Zionism in "Shaking Hands with Theodor Herzl" about Herzl's visit to Palestine to discuss the possibility of a Jewish homeland with the German Kaiser to the struggle for Independence in the cleverly deceptive "Alte-Zakhen," where nothing is as it seems to be.
A story about a bomb - Ibrahim Kuttab is innocent - Beautiful, strong and modest - I may be a ghost, but I'm not a slut - Alte Zakhen - The moving business - Hatikvah - Mr. Fig and Mr. Pineapple - Love and coffee - The chair at the edge. Pineapple - Love and coffee - The chair at the edge of the. Desert - Shabah - The camel-hair coat - Spleen; or, The goy's tale - Did Moshe Dayan have a glass eye? -. - Shake hands with Theodor Herzl - A tooth for a tooth - Arafat's elephant.
In this land, whoever tells the best story, wins. Excellent work, Mr. Tel! Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 14 years ago. The best part about these stories is that everyone seems to think that a certain one is the best. I personally preferred "A Tooth for a Tooth" and my brother liked "Mr. Pineapple".
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Arafat's Elephant book. So offers the narrator in one of Jonathan Tel's brilliant and insightful stories. Set in and around Jerusalem, now, in the past, and in the future, this remarkable collection introduces us to a wide range of complex characters: some extraordinary in their ordinariness; others lifted from the pages of history; still others with lives given significance simply because of whe So offers the narrator in one of Jonathan Tel's brilliant and insightful stories.
Arafat's Elephant: Stories. Not surprisingly, the most chilling tale of the collection, "The Red Button," is a about a suicide bomber about to carry out his mission
British author Jonathan Tel has beaten prize-winning writers from around the world to win the Sunday Times EFG short story award. He has published two story collections – Arafat’s Elephant and The Beijing of Possibilities – and a novel, Freud’s Alphabet
British author Jonathan Tel has beaten prize-winning writers from around the world to win the Sunday Times EFG short story award. Tel’s The Human Phonograph is set on a nuclear base in China, examining the relationship between a married couple who have not seen each other for seven years. He has published two story collections – Arafat’s Elephant and The Beijing of Possibilities – and a novel, Freud’s Alphabet.