Slander is a subversive and erotic story about a woman that crossed all red lines. She has a decent house, she has an academic husband, she has a beloved son, and yet she chooses to live on the street.
"For the first time life is good for me." She says, "Since I was on the sidewalk I feel beautiful."
Until recently, she was a literature teacher in high school. Then she met N., a sensitive student and handsome 17-year-old. Painfully aware of her body, her advanced age, and the disappointments and compromises in her life, she drifts into a forbidden and impossible relationship with him.
Only after she loses everything does she find the key to best-kept secret of happiness.
Here, Hanna Goldberg - poet, lyricist, and author of two best sellers - delivers a delightful and witty novel in the original, surprising, and bold language that we have come to know from her songs. Slander is fresh, full of humor, and defiant of bourgeois conservatism. It is a thought-provoking novel about life and how to live it.
Please note: This audiobook is in Hebrew.
©2011 Keter (P)2011 SonicBooks
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