Ken Follett | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Anatole Broyard

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Critical Essay by Anatole Broyard

["Triple"] is eminently qualified for … popularity, for its behind-the-scenes interpretation of contemporary events includes everything in the political and emotional spectrum, as well as what someone calls the hijacking of a holocaust….

"Triple" offers a literally earthshaking—i.e., atomic—confrontation among Israel, the Egyptians and the Fedayeen, with the Russians, Americans and French muttering in the background. And it has an Israeli hero no bigger than Woody Allen in a superman role.

Anatole Broyard, "'Triple'," in The New York Times, Section III (© 1979 by The New York Times Company; reprinted by permission), October 3, 1979 (and reprinted in Books of the Times, Vol. II, No. 10, 1979, p. 482).

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