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American pastoral

The tragic impact of the Vietnam War on a relationship between father and daughter. The father is an upstanding individual who believes in the American Dream, but his daughter has a different dream, to get America out of Vietnam and she kills innocent people to achieve it. For the father it is the end of the world, he has lost his daughter. By the author of Sabbath's Theater.

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  • "A former athletic star, devoted family man, and owner of a thriving glove factory, Seymour "Swede" Levov finds his life coming apart during the social disorder of the 1960s, when his beloved daughter turns revolutionary terrorist out to destroy her father's world."
  • "Award Winner-Pulitzer Prize Seymour Levov-a legendary high school athlete a devoted family man- comes of age in thriving, triumphant post-war America. But everything he loves is lost when the country begins to run amok in the turbulent 1960's."
  • "Roth succeeds in illuminating the American dream through the vision of those who love it and those who hate it. The novel examines the contrast between a successful businessman and his revolutionary terrorist daughter."
  • "The tragic impact of the Vietnam War on a relationship between father and daughter. The father is an upstanding individual who believes in the American Dream, but his daughter has a different dream, to get America out of Vietnam and she kills innocent people to achieve it. For the father it is the end of the world, he has lost his daughter."
  • "The tragic impact of the Vietnam War on a relationship between father and daughter. The father is an upstanding individual who believes in the American Dream, but his daughter has a different dream, to get America out of Vietnam and she kills innocent people to achieve it. For the father it is the end of the world, he has lost his daughter. By the author of Sabbath's Theater."
  • "The tragic impact of the Vietnam War on a relationship between father and daughter. The father is an upstanding individual who believes in the American Dream, but his daughter has a different dream, to get America out of Vietnam and she kills innocent people to achieve it. For the father it is the end of the world, he has lost his daughter. By the author of Sabbath's Theater."@en
  • "An ordinary man finds that his life has been made extraordinary by the catastrophic intrusion of history when, in 1968 his adored daughter plants a bomb that kills a stranger, hurling her father out of the longed-for American pastoral and into the ingenious American berserk."
  • "An ordinary man finds that his life has been made extraordinary by the catastrophic intrusion of history when, in 1968 his adored daughter plants a bomb that kills a stranger, hurling her father out of the longed-for American pastoral and into the indigenous American berserk."
  • "An ordinary man finds that his life has been made extraordinary by the catastrophic intrusion of history when, in 1968 his adored daughter plants a bomb that kills a stranger, hurling her father out of the longed-for American pastoral and into the indigenous American berserk."@en

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  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Fiction"
  • "Audiobooks Audiovisual materials."@en
  • "Pastoral fiction."@en
  • "Pastoral fiction."
  • "Fiction."@en
  • "Fiction."
  • "Domestic fiction"@en
  • "Domestic fiction"
  • "Electronic books."@en
  • "Domestic fiction."
  • "Domestic fiction."@en
  • "Powieść amerykańska"
  • "History."
  • "History."@en
  • "Historical fiction."
  • "Historical fiction."@en
  • "Novela estadounidense"
  • "Novela estadounidense"@en

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  • "American Pastoral /"
  • "American pastoral"
  • "American pastoral"@en
  • "American Pastoral."
  • "American pastoral /"
  • "American pastoral /"@en

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