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Kalooki Nights [Paperback]

Howard Jacobson
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"There is no novel by Jacobsen not worth reading, but this might be his best"
-- Observer

`Jacobson is British fiction's great ungarlanded comic genius....Kalooki Nights is an eloquent argument for the seriousness of comedy.' -- Oxonian Review

`explosively powerful novel, perfectly calibrated to be funny, tragic and shocking all at once' -- Sunday Telegraph

'A serious, capacious and exhilarating comic novel' -- Daily Telegraph

'It's a riotous world conjured up with devastating wit...it's impossible not to admire this book' -- Tom Boncza-Tomaszewski

'Jacobson is frequently labelled the British Philip Roth: on this form, Roth should be known as the American Howard Jacobson.'
-- The Guardian

'this novel is a delicious, acerbic delight'
-- The Herald

`It's a vast, disturbing, and frequently hilarious tome written with a provocatively mocking humour.' -- The Guardian

`Jacobson has a flair for baroque humour'. -- Sunday Times - Trevor Lewis

`skilfully interweaves comedy with tragedy'
-- Irish Times

Book Description

A blackly comic novel from the British Philip Roth, which was longlisted for the Booker Prize

From the Publisher

Howard Jacobson's blackest - and funniest - novel to date.
--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

About the Author

Howard Jacobson is the author of eight novels and four works of non-fiction. He won the Everyman Wodehouse Award for comic writing in 1999 for The Mighty Walzer.
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