Sabbath's Theater

Sabbath's Theater

eBook - 1995
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The life of an old man who lives for sex. He is Morris Sabbath, 64, a New York puppeteer who made his name with lewd performances. Feeling death approaching, he relives his many amorous adventures in graphic detail. By the author of Portnoy's Complaint.
Publisher: Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 1995
ISBN: 9780547345734
0547345739
Branch Call Number: OverDrive eBooks
Characteristics: 1 online resource (451 pages) ; cm

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susann206
Dec 17, 2011

About 70 percent of this book was devoted to graphic sexual experiences and descriptions which got a little old after while. The other 30 percent was an interesting insight into the mind and life of an aging man whose choices and actions have put him in the postion of having virtually no resouces. His way of dealing with this and his will to live life on his own terms provides an insight to a unique way of looking at life.

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GrumpyDave
Dec 11, 2010

1995 National Book Award - Fiction

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Cabby
Dec 05, 2007

Finalist 1996 Pulitzer prize.

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