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First published by Charles Scribners' Sons, New York in 1973 and then translated and published by Robert Laffont, Paris, France; Hoffmann Und Campe, Hamburg, Germany; Emece, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Bruna, Amsterdam, Holland; and Cherickover, Tel Aviv, Israel, it was also broadcast in ten parts, on Radio De La Suisse Romande in Switzerland.

What they say:
Anthony Burges:
I have read this novel with pleasure and admiration. It is beautifully contrived, ingenious, economical, thoroughly convincing. It is also witty and civilized, and ... must earn a kind of astonished applause.

Marshall McLuhan:
THE GAME by Izzy Abrahami is a parable of high-rise living. By pushing the voyeur to the extreme, the binocular game flips into the audible-tactible world of existence - "where it's at."

Israel Horovitz:
(Author of "The Indian Wants the Bronx")
Izzy Abrahami is a natural storyteller. THE GAME is delicious satire: droll, rather sneaky, always intelligent. It is a fine first novel. It is also what it beholds, a game, and as such is great fun.

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