The Happy Hungry Man
House of Anansi, 1970
There is an eighth-century Arab saying, "The hungry man believes in food." Responding to that, George Jonas interrogates a contemporary life; what is real when a man has food and hence no belief in food? When he has shelter and hence cannot pursue it?
"We are amused, we are moved, we get a glimpse of the universal beyond the personal experience."
– Janice Rapoport, The Globe & Mail