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Mao II

Writer Bill Gray enters the world of political violence leaving his two friends stranded as hostages.

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  • "Mao twee"
  • "Mao deux"
  • "Mao II"@it
  • "Mao II"@he
  • "Mao 2"@ja

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  • "Writer Bill Gray enters the world of political violence leaving his two friends stranded as hostages."
  • "Writer Bill Gray enters the world of political violence leaving his two friends stranded as hostages."@en
  • ""One of the most ironic, intelligent, grimly funny voices to comment on life in present-day America" (The New York Times), Don DeLillo presents an extraordinary new novel about novelists and terrorists, the mass mind and the arch individualist. A love triangle that moves from New York to London to Beirut, Mao II tells an intimate story of faith, longing and redemption."
  • ""One of the most ironic, intelligent, grimly funny voices to comment on life in present-day America" (The New York Times), Don DeLillo presents an extraordinary new novel about novelists and terrorists, the mass mind and the arch individualist. A love triangle that moves from New York to London to Beirut, Mao II tells an intimate story of faith, longing and redemption."@en
  • ""One of the most intelligent, grimly funny voices to comment on life in present-day America" (The New York Times), Don DeLillo presents an extraordinary new novel about words and images, novelists and terrorists, the mass mind and the arch-individualist. At the heart of the book is Bill Gray, a famous reclusive writer who escapes the failed novel he has been working on for many years and enters the world of political violence, a nightscape of Semtex explosives and hostages locked in basement rooms. Bill's dangerous passage leaves two people stranded: his brilliant, fixated assistant, Scott, and the strange young woman who is Scott's lover--and Bill's."@en
  • "Een beroemde schrijver ontvlucht zijn werk en komt in New York in aanraking met politiek geweld."
  • "Virulente protestation contre le grégarisme et puissante réflexion sur la place de la littérature et de l'écrivain dans le monde occidental d'aujourd'hui (selon F. Bordeleau)."

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  • "Electronic books"@en
  • "American fiction"
  • "Fiction"
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Belletristische Darstellung"@en
  • "Belletristische Darstellung"
  • "Powieść amerykańska"@pl
  • "Translations"

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  • "Mao II"
  • "Mao II"@it
  • "Mao II"@es
  • "Mao II"@fi
  • "Mao II"@en
  • "Mao II : Roman"
  • "Mao 2"@ja
  • "Mao 2"
  • "Mao ii a novel"@en
  • "マオ2"
  • "Mao ni"@ja
  • "Mao ni"
  • "Mao II [Roman]"
  • "מאו II"
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  • "Mao II : [a novel]"
  • "Maʼo II"
  • "Mao II : roman"
  • "Mao II : roman"@da

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