Fertig Cover art by Harry Bennett

  • Title: Fertig
  • Author: Sol Yurick
  • ISBN: 9780586024652
  • Page: 430
  • Format: Paperback
  • Cover art by Harry Bennett.

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    About “Sol Yurick

    • Sol Yurick

      Sol Yurick was an American novelist He was born to a working class family of politically active Jewish immigrants At the age of 14, Yurick became disillusioned with politics after the Hitler Stalin pact He enlisted during World War II, where he trained as a surgical technician He studied at New York University after the war, majoring in literature After graduation, he took a job with the welfare department as a social investigator, a job he held until the early 1960s, when he took up writing full time He was involved in Students for a Democratic Society and the anti war movement at this time.His first novel, The Warriors, appeared in 1965 It combined a classical Greek story, Anabasis Xenophon , with a fictional account of gang wars in New York City It inspired the 1979 film of the same name His other works include Fertig 1966 , The Bag 1968 , Someone Just Like You i 1972 , An Island Death 1976 , Richard A 1981 , Behold Metatron, the Recording Angel 1985 , and Confession 1999 Yurick passed away of complications from lung cancer, at age 87.

    100 thoughts on “Fertig

    • Harry&Sara Fertig bring their feverish young son to the Mercy Hospital one night but can't get anyone to take his condition seriously. The child then dies during the ride home. Months later Harry shoots 7 people associated with the hospital that he blames for the death. He soon confesses all to the cops, and looks forward to telling his version at the trial, refusing to plead insanity.Existentialism, as it was popularly understood, is in the background, and the narrative features appearances [...]

    • Fantastic to have a new edition of this long out of print novel. Scarily prescient, wholly contemporary it could just as easily be written this year instead of 1965. It should be required reading for all opponents of Obamacare. As one reviewer put it, this is 'like Raymond Chandler, like some Norman Mailer; it's not, as so many good thrillers are today, angling for a TV series or a film. Fertig is a book'.

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