Noah’s Ark Tourist Class by Ephraim Kishon


These are short, humorous sketches about life in present day Israel, less panoramic in subject matter than the writer’s previous book, Look Hack, Mrs. Lot! Most of these pieces deal with neighbors and domestic problems. An enormous exaggeration ofur’s radio. There is a wild, funny, touching bit about the birth of a first son. There are improbable suggestions on how to make a living in modern . Much of the book, in fact, is about how to get along in an unlikely world, with the sudden retractions into the commonplace liable to leave the reader in an even more nonsensical world. In the midst of all this are two quite serious and bitter pieces about Political Israel. In spite of Mr. Kishon’s deliberately small-scale subjects, he has an underlying, serious, biting, objective.

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A hard cover edition with bright orange boards, gilt lettering and clipped, illustrated dust cover. There is foxing and toning throughout but the text is clear and legible. There is rubbing and wear to the edges of the dust jacket and tearing to the edges and also in the middle section of the back of the dust cover.

Now in a clear, removable cover to protect from damage.

Publisher: Andre Deutsch, London.

Publication Date 1963.

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Weight 0.385 kg
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