Over the school year, Hannah's growing love for her Jewishness is more and more at odds with her love for a blond, blue-eyed WASP. And Raymond, pining in Toronto, seems to be living out his dissertation before he's even written it. Can this new love affair survive distance, cultural dissonance, and out-of-sync, late-night e-mails?In this remarkable debut, carnal love confronts religion and culture, and modern passion finds its counterpoint in ancient texts.
©2004 Stephen Marche; (P)2004 HighBridge Company
"An original and moving love story for our frazzled, high-tech, long-distance era." (Emma Donoghue)
I enjoyed the book tremendously. Worth the listen! It's about love, lust and everything else a real romance is.
After a while I got so wrapped up in the "Jewishness" as she repeatedly put it, I totally forgot about the love story.
This book offers an excellent observation at today's broad perceptions on love, sex and romance. Filled with traveling adventures, relationship escapades and carnal lust, the book dives deeply into the 21st century youthful paradigmatic orientation in terms of identity, intellectualism, and religion.
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