Dear Zealots, Amos Oz
Letters from a Divided Land
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When asked why he writes non-fiction Oz replied, ‘Not because I’m asked to, but because I’m filled with rage.’ Oz’s final essay collection, Dear Zealots, distills many of his long-held political beliefs, each argued with characteristic moral rigour. His commitment to a two-state settlement – the need to turn the house into two separate apartments – is there, even as its likelihood has faded in recent years. It includes an expanded version of his most famous essay ‘How to Cure a Fanatic’ and he puts the case for compromise in the face of intractable political stand-offs: ‘The opposite of compromise is fanaticism and death.’
Signed by the author
The book is signed by the author (Amos Oz). See photos. In addition, the text is underlined on a few pages, probably also by the author (same pen and handwriting). See also the photos.
Translated from the Hebrew by Jessica Cohen
Dear Zealots, Amos Oz, nice copy (only some signs of use/minor damage, along the edge of the dust jacket. Otherwise completely intact)
Chatto & Windus, 2018, first edition, hardcover with dust jacket, 17,6 x 12,7 x 1,5 cm, 127 pages
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