- diary of an anti-chomskyite
- the deconstructionis...
- The Nine Measures
- By Benjamin Kerstein
|Location||Tel Aviv, Israel|
|Introduction||Benjamin Kerstein is an Israeli-American writer, editor, and novelist.
Michael J. Totten, the prize-winning author of The Road to Fatima Gate, has called him "one of the finest American-Israeli authors of his generation."
Jay Nordlinger of the National Review has referred to his work as "some of the most intelligent, clearest, most honest writing I have read in a long time."
He lives in Tel Aviv.
|Interests||cinema, politics, philosophy, judaism, women, life, death, infinity, occasional bouts of manic depression, Albert Camus, transgressive literature|
|Favorite Movies||The Conformist, Last Tango in Paris, 1900, Once Upon a Time in the West, F for Fake, 8 1/2, Pat Garret and Billy the Kid, The Searchers, Days of Heaven, Stolen Kisses, The Thin Red Line, Kedma, Without Limits, Barry Lyndon, All That Jazz, Blade Runner, Crash, Superman: The Movie|
|Favorite Music||Bob Dylan, Miles Davis, Beethoven, Jeff Buckley, Muddy Waters, Johnny Cash, Ray Charles, John Coltrane, Pink Floyd, Mike Bloomfield, Peter Green, Aviv Gefen, David Broza, Edith Piaf, Smashing Pumpkins|
|Favorite Books||The Stranger, The Rebel, The Great Gatsby, Death on the Installment Plan, H.P. Lovecraft:Against the World Against Life, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Lunar Park, The Elementary Particles, Whatever, The Trial, Lolita, Illuminations, Labyrinths, Jorge Luis Borges: Complete Non-Fictions, Writing Degree Zero, Writing and Difference, The Poetics of Aristotle, American Psycho, Lunar Park, Crash|