Delilah

The Colonel finds himself owning a Jazz club in Berlin, just after the end of the Second World War His youth has passed him by and any hope for a glorious death has been soured He has become a parody of himself, telling stories to those who only listen to prove that he is a bigger fool than they Just as the Colonel is about to surrender, a mysterious letter from FranceThe Colonel finds himself owning a Jazz club in Berlin, just after the end of the Second World War His youth has passed him by and any hope for a glorious death has been soured He has become a parody of himself, telling stories to those who only listen to prove that he is a bigger fool than they Just as the Colonel is about to surrender, a mysterious letter from France arrives, dramatically altering the course of his life.
Delilah The Colonel finds himself owning a Jazz club in Berlin just after the end of the Second World War His youth has passed him by and any hope for a glorious death has been soured He has become a parody

  • Title: Delilah
  • Author: David Tanager
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 198
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    1. Mehreen's review of Delilah by David TanagerEvery time I read a book written by David Tanager, I feel that I've been drawn into a postmodern era. It is tantalisingly within reach, here and now, yet not. Interlocutions in each of his books is paramount. The dialogues speak about an inward sense of reality which is almost always intangible.They kind of draw the reader into this world of words that speak volumes about human conflicts such as death leading to freedom, and the inability to free onese [...]

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