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"Teeth" is a wicked (in Bostonese) Southern satire about a pair of self-righteous, world class New Jersey bigots. In 1979, horse-faced Miriam Potts and her balding, obese, thirty-something son Hans flee ethnically challenged Camden for the peace and contentment they have convinced themselves only the Old South can offer them. Lost in a time warp they attempt to set up a peaceful orthodontic practice in rural, little ol Gumball, Georgia. Instead the protagonists incite a corporate war amongst forces out to make a quick buck from their idea for revolutionizing dentistry. The local KKK Klavern, a moonshining segregationist sheriff, and a congregation of white Fundamentalists take one side. On the other side are the U.S. Treasury Department, a congregation of Black Presbyterians and a young Black conservative bent on bootstrapping his way to the American Dream. In the middle, a Jewish corporate raider from Brooklyn and some shady white shoe Atlanta lawyers try to play both sides against each other.

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2017
    • Ano:  2017
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2001087172350
    • ISBN:  9781370929443

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