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De Niro's Game

Rawi Hage

Published by Steerforth Press, Hanover, New Hampshire, 2007
ISBN 10: 1581952236 / ISBN 13: 9781581952230
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Title: De Niro's Game

Publisher: Steerforth Press, Hanover, New Hampshire

Publication Date: 2007

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good

Edition: First Printing


White cloth with silver lettering. Appears unread. Text is clean and white, no marks. Price clipped jacket is otherwise lovely, a hint of scuffing. Hage's astonishing first novel plunges readers into the timely story of two young men caught in Lebanon's civil war. Bassam and George are childhood best friends who have grown to adulthood in war-torn Beruit. Now they must choose their futures: to remain amid the Arab capital's sectarian violence or to go into exile abroad. Told in a distinctive voice that fuses vivid cinematic imagery and a page-turning plot with the measured strength and beauty of Arabic poetry." (from the jacket). Bookseller Inventory # J51514

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De Niro?s Game plunges readers into the timely story of two young men caught in Lebanon?s civil war. Bassam and George, best friends in childhood, have grown to adulthood in war-torn Beirut. Now they must choose their futures: to stay in the city and consolidate power through crime, or to go into exile abroad, alienated from the only existence they have known. Told in a distinctive, captivating voice that fuses vivid cinematic imagery and page-turning plot with the measured strength and beauty of Arabic poetry, De Niro?s Game is an explosive portrait of life in a war zone, and a powerful meditation on what comes after.

About the Author: Rawi Hage was born in Beirut and lived through nine years of the Lebanese civil war. In 1992 he moved to New York City, working there for several months before emigrating to Canada, where he has lived ever since. He is a writer, a visual artist, and a curator. His writings have appeared in Fuse, Mizna, Jouvert, The Toronto Review, Montreal Serai, and Al-Jadid. His visual works have been shown in galleries and museums around the world. He resides in Montreal.

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