What To Do About The Solomons - Guy Gever Stands In the Field, In the Meantime, The Pacific Summary & Analysis

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Guy Gever Stands In the Field:

After years of what he feels is leisure, Guy Gever decides to engage in something more fruitful, using cypress tree branches to create art installations around the kibbutz. The move draws unwanted attention from the other members of the kibbutz, including his father-in-law Yakov Solomon, who is tired of having financed Guy's life over the years. Dror Solomon, another one of Yakov's sons, complains about Guy but stops when his mother Vivienne reminds him that his father has taken care of him also. Vivienne hopes that her sons Marc or Ziv could be there to dissolve the situation, but Marc is in America and Ziv is in a relationship with a man in Singapore. After dinner with Yakov and Vivienne, their daughter Shira visits Avi Strauss, a sexually...

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