This piece is a bit more extensive than the one I posted earlier. Ms. Tarbush gives us the background info of the book, that the manuscript was the subject of highly competitive auction and its rights were sold to publishers from 14 countries even before it was published. Also important is her brief discussion concerning the author and his creative process and creative ideology. The review also delves into the subject matter of the book, that is, manhood as a dominant theme—something that the previous review misses. I guess that’s about all.