The Bus Driver Who Wanted to Be God & Other Stories

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Abstract

Brief, intense, painfully funny, and shockingly honest, Etgar Keret’s stories are snapshots that illuminate with intelligence and wit the hidden truths of life. As with the best writers of fiction, hilarity and anguish are the twin pillars of his work. Keret covers a remarkable emotional and narrative terrain—from a father’s first lesson to his boy to a standoff between soldiers caught up in the Middle East conflict to a slice of life where nothing much happens.

New to Riverhead’s list, these wildly inventive, uniquely humane stories are for fans of Etgar Keret’s inimitable style and readers of transforming, brilliant fiction.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationNew Milford, CT
PublisherToby Press
Number of pages130
ISBN (Print)1592641059, 9781592641055
StatePublished - 2004

Keywords

  • Kurzgeschichte
  • Englisch
  • Juden
  • Humorous stories, Hebrew

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