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- Publisher: SCRIBNER
- Format: Paperback | 352 pages
- Dimensions: 138mm x 212mm x 22mm | 320g
- Publication date: 24 March 2000
- Publication City/Country: London
- ISBN 10: 0684868199
- ISBN 13: 9780684868196
- Edition statement: Scribner PB Fic.
- Sales rank: 307,534
Picture this: Rembrandt is creating his famous painting of Aristotle contemplating the bust of Homer. As soon as he paints an ear on Aristotle, Aristotle can hear. When he paints an eye, Aristotle can see. And what Aristotle sees and hears and remembers from the ancient past to this very moment provides the foundation for this lighthearted, freewheeling jaunt through 2,500 years of Western Civilization. "Picture This" is an incisive fantasy that digs deeply into our illusions and customs. Nobody but Joseph Heller could have thought of a novel like this one. Nobody but Heller could have executed it so brilliantly.
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"San Francisco Chronicle" The author of the outrageous classic "Catch-22" once again comments on all of society and history with this whirlwind tour through the minds of Aristotle and Rembrandt. Their vastly different worlds are not so very different from each other, or for that matter, from our own world. History as told by Heller is so comic and heartbreaking that you wonder why anyone would want to live there.