To Jerusalem and Back
This extraordinary book is the result of Saul Bellow's sojourn in Israel. A personal record of his stay, and a meditation, it crackles with wit and controversy on America's relationship with this embattled country.
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TO JERUSALEM AND BACK: A Personal AccountUser Review - Kirkus
Bellow goes to Israel in 1975—not to see the sights, but to talk, listen, and learn—and returns drenched in issues ("the facts are coming out of my ears") and keen on sharing his radar-oven exposure ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - omegaomega0515 - LibraryThing
This is a book from the 1970s, covering some of Saul Bellow's encounters in Jerusalem and his reflections on the Arab-Israeli conflict. A lot has changed since then: for example, the Cold War has ... Read full review