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Annotation
"Jerzy Kosinski's vision of moral and sexual estrangement captures the disturbing undercurrents of modern politics and culture. In this novel, distinctions are eroded between oppressor and oppressed, perpetrator and victim, narcissism and anonymity. Kosinski portrays men and women both aroused and desensitized by an environment that disdains the individual and seeks control over the imagination in this provocative work."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Awards
1969  National Book Awards