Louvish, Simon, 1947-.
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The Last Trump of Avram Blok. Simon Louvish (born 1947 in Scotland) is an Israeli author and film maker. He has written many books about Avram Blok, a fictional Israeli caught up between wars, espionage, prophets, revolutions, loves, and a few near apocalypses. 0006543405 (ISBN13: 9780006543404). He has also written biographies of W. C. Fields, The Marx Brothers, Groucho Marx, Laurel and Hardy, and Mack Sennett. Other books in the series. Blok Trilogy (3 books).
The Last of Trump Avram Blok. Your Monkey’s Shmuck, Flamingo (London, UK), 1990. The Days of Miracles and Wonders. The Fundamental Blok. The Louvish ouevre has been ongoing, in book form, since 1979, with a previous stint as documentary film maker commencing in 1970.
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The Last Trump of Avram Blok is the sort of hold-all novel almost . It’s a fat book, con¬stantly struggling to get fatter.
The Last Trump of Avram Blok is the sort of hold-all novel almost anything can go into, and most things do. Simon Louvish brings his much-travelled star to set in the West, though you still feel his correct address (as children used to write in their books when they had them) is London, England, Europe, the World, the Solar System, the Univers. nd so on, and so on. School of Rabelais, you might say, topped up with William Bur¬roughs. Louvish has a liking for great lists, putting you in mind of free Association games played on outlandish journeys. Can that vital fuel, its cosmic energy, hold out to the end? It can; it does.