Lotus was written in British English with North American English in square brackets and vice versa. To keep vivid vulgar conversations in dialect, the author has chosen these delicate methods. You can also find some puzzles in this book that would give you more intellectual entertainments.
Arnold Markowitz is a painter and part-time math teacher who lives in the woods on “Mt. Markowitz” with his wife and two small children. Life is simple and sweet until Leo Saperstone, a developer, appears with surveyors and Arnie’s little piece of paradise is threatened with construction of a Mall. This is war!
A cult classic which Time Magazine cited as selling 300,000 copies in its first weeks.