The Swine's Wedding

The Swine s Wedding By the author of The Roaches Have No King

  • Title: The Swine's Wedding
  • Author: Daniel Evan Weiss
  • ISBN: 9781852427061
  • Page: 423
  • Format: Paperback
  • By the author of The Roaches Have No King.

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    1. Weiss takes a deceptively simple story, and through the use of multiple perspectives and an unconventional narrative structure, turns it into an apocalyptic, thoughtful, and wholly engaging epic that examines the cultural and historical differences that divide us. I cannot recommend this one enough.

    2. This book revolves around the wedding preparations between a young Jewish man and a young lady of the Episcopal faith.Is this going to be a Jewish or Christian wedding or a combination of both? Every Jewish mother-in law wants Jewish grandchildren; every Christian mother-in law wants Christian grandchildren. Who is going to win? The author throws in the Spanish and Portugal Inquisition that was one of the darkest epochs of Jewish people; good research Daniel Evan Weiss!This is a comedy and trage [...]

    3. If Weiss can be said to have a masterpiece, it is this book. An epistolary novel about the wedding of a Catholic and a Jew, this book was especially interesting to read right before my friend Josh's wedding. The stories of numerous disasters while trying to prepare made me laugh quite a bit. Josh read the book after me, and said it actually made him cervous about the impending wedding.

    4. An amazing story about the conflicts that can arise when going through an interfaith marriage. Daniel Evan Weiss is one of my all time favorite authors. The NY times called him "the evil kanievel of novelist" his stories are gritty to the point of being filthy but they also feature more heart and honesty than almost any of his more famous contemporaries.

    5. My first introduction to the fascinating topic of conversos (Jews in Spain and Portugal who changed their religion in order to preserve their property and lives during the inquisition). An seemingly unavoidable tragedy engulfs two likeable people, and keeps you thinking long after you've finished the book.

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