Hobson`s novel about jews is explained by pagans and fights for them – especially by the hero who disguises himself as a Jew for eight weeks to find out what it feels like to be discriminated against: this is the view of Phil Green – and Mrs Hobsons – and it doesn`t just lead him into a state of acute sensitivity, who borders on paranoia, but almost also costs him his daughter Kathy, who only learns in the last chapters a tolerance as intransigent as Phil`s own. . . .
Gentleman`s Agreement Novel