Arafat's Elephant [Bound Galley (Uncorrected Proof)]

Tel, Jonathan

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Place Published: Washington DC
Publisher: Counterpoint
Date Published: 2002
Edition: First Edition, First Printing
Binding: Wrappers
Condition: Fine
Book Id: 426

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A Fine copy of the Bound Galley [Uncorrected Proof] for the first edition, first printing, of Jonathan Tel's DEBUT COLLECTION OF SHORT STORIES -- a story collection about Israelis and Palestinians. Tel received his MS in theoretical physics and PhD in philosophy of science from Stanford University, studied cosmology with Stephen Hawking, and worked as an elementary particle physicist. Jonathan Tel later won the £30,000 Sunday Times short story prize -- the world's richest Prize for a single short story -- for his short story "The Human Phonograph". Other winners of this coveted Prize include Yiyun Li, Junot Díaz, and Kevin Barry. Copies of these Bound Galleys (Uncorrected Proof) from this scientist then relatively unknown as a an author of Fiction are QUITE SCARCE to the market. A Fine copy of this DEBUT COLLECTION OF SHORT STORIES. SCARCE INDEED.


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