How to Cure a Fanatic

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Vintage, 2012 - Literary Collections - 102 pages
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In 'How To Cure a Fanatic' Amos Oz analyses the historical roots of violence and confronts truths about the extremism nurtured throughout society. By bringing us face to face with fanaticism he suggests ways in which we can all respond.

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How to cure a fanatic

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Many books about the current Israeli-Palestinian conflict are angry, polemical, or abusive in tone. This little (4" x 6") volume, however, is lucid, rational, and constructive. Two essays and an ... Read full review

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I didn't enjoy reading this book. At all. It was boring and it took me forever to read it even thought it has less then 100 pages. But I have to say he had some good points and made me think a little, and that is why I gave it 1,5 stars. Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Amos Oz was born in Jerusalem in 1939. He is the author of fourteen novels and collections of short fiction, and numerous works of nonfiction. His acclaimed memoir "A Tale of Love and Darkness" was an international bestseller and recipient of the prestigious Goethe prize, as well as the National Jewish Book Award. "Scenes from Village Life", a "New York Times" Notable Book, was awarded the Prix Mediterranee Etranger in 2010. He lives in Tel Aviv, Israel.

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