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Society lies broken in Howard Jacobson's Booker-shortlisted satire, the most by several characters to “stifle the letter J” before it leaves their lips. and the government, in the person of its regulator Ofnow, has a plan to do.
Howard Jacobson's “J” opens with a parable, or, as the book terms it, The linear plot of “J” is rather simple: Ailinn and Kevern meet, court and.
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“What was culture but ghosts?” asks British novelist Howard Jacobson in the searing, impeccable book that is his thirteenth work of fiction.