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JEWS AT THE TABLE is the first of two volumes, containing the books JEWS ON THE MOON and JEWS BEYOND JUPITER. In the first novel, JEWS ON THE MOON, the last earthling and Jew, Newman Fears, crash-lands on the moon and discovers the principal and mysteirous Jewish colony, Noye-Erdkelle. Ahasuerus, the Wandering Jew, is its mayor. Informing Newman that he must travel the pluriverse to discover the Key to the Mystery of the Jews, or he and the colony will die, Newman is confused: forget the Key to the Mystery of the Jews. What is the Mystery itself? In the second novel, JEWS BEYOND JUPITER, William Shakespeare has come to Noye-Erdkelle to see the first production of "The Merchant of Venice," guided by the splendid Shakespearean critic, Dr. Herschel Fisch. Meanwhile, at a simultaneous earlier time, the three Moses - Moshe, the Jew; Moussa, the Bedouin; Moses, the Welshman - find themselves facing each other during the Third Crusade. The terror is too great, and which leads to friendship and the greatest strategy for their survival, which is lying,or story-telling! It goes without saying that they meet an even older Shakespeare in London, who is finishing his play, Hamlet, and with consequences for everyone too bizarre to relate in mere description. Welcome to the world of JEWS AT THE TABLE, starring Newman Fears, Sookie the Human Torch, William Shakespeare, Dr. Herschel Fisch, Zero Mostel, Carly Simon, The Wandering Jew, as well as HaShem and Adonai, the male and female aspects of God, with guest appearances by William F. Buckley Jr., W.C. Fields, Ronald Reagan and Charlton Heston, and miserable actions presented by Horrible Horowitz and his minions, the dreadful spy, Siv Karzac, and equally dreadful talent agent, Morrie Freedman. JEWS AT THE TABLE, Volume 2, containing the remaining novels JEWS IN BLACK HOLES and JEWS AND THE THEORIES OF STRING is also available.
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Stephen Geller is a novelist, screenwriter, playwright, director and, when asked to sing in various boites throughout the world, the purveyor of the Great American Songbook, Charles Trenet and Vinicus da Moraes! Among his many awards, his films have won the Jury Prize at the Cannes Film Festival, the Silver Bear Award for Best Television Mini-series, the Best Comedy at the Zoetrope International Internet Film Festival. His independent film, "Mother's Little Helpers," was distributed by Rai-Films, Italy. Geller and his wife, Kae Geller, wrote and starred in their play, "Opportunities in Zero Gravity," presented at Boston's Playwrights Theater. Geller grew up in Los Angeles, within the entertainment industry, and also lived in Paris and, later, in Rome, which served as a home for his international work in cinema. He has three immensely gifted daughters, and a wife who can give Sookie the Human Torch the runaround! He lives in Savannah, Georgia, and teaches Shakespeare, Satire, and Composition at the cutting-edge art school, Savannah College of Art and Design. "Savannah is where you must live," he insists, "if you do not live in Europe."
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013. Condition: New. Kae Geller (illustrator). book. Seller Inventory # M1482695928