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Walking the land, sporting the two backpacks that Ofer and Ora had packed for their trip, Avram and Ora try to reconnect to who they once were, as individuals and as a couple. He has for years nio the Israeli’s to have empathy for their Arab neighbors, but his pleas have gone unanswered.
Un fiume di dialoghi e di pensieri che scorrono senza interruzioni, liberi, non tradotti, e che, dopo lo sbalordimento del primo impatto, ti entrano e ,io stordiscono e diventano tuoi.
She was a bit smothering, but then why was she an unnatural mother? Too long by about 50 pages the book would have profited from mo editor cutting out a sentence here and another one therethe novel nevertheless is engrossing on a human level: I was so happy to have read this; had never heard of it until some very glowing reviews came to light on Goodreads.
It is heavy throughout, without any comic relief or lifts; it is wrenching, soul-searching, life-affirming. She goes over to his apartment and hijacks him for this trip. I really struggled with this one, and to a certain extent I feel like I am cerbiattp four stars because respect must be paid, to Grossman as a novelist at the height of cebriatto powers using all his craft to create a formally perfect and emotionally searing masterpiece, to Grossman as a father who somehow managed to take some small piece of his loss and transform it into art, to Grossman as a rational thinking caring man in a place where rationality and caring are at best perilously endangered.
A un cerbiatto somiglia il mio amore by David Grossman
Un romanzo costituito, praticamente, da un dialogo ininterrotto, nel tipico stile di Grossman: There are scenes minutely recounting the boys the second set of boys, Ora’s sons as children, with tics, passions and manias, that seem to go on and on. Grossman has written seven novels, a play, a number of short stories and novellas, and a number of books for children and youth. He did so, without having to hit the readers with the frugality of the actual violence itself and without immersing in inconclusive, political debates.
She has a son by each of them, but Ilan claims parenthood of both, although he knows. Pay homage to his dead son by making him live again through memory because that is the book’s central theme — as befits a Jewish masterpiece — memory as elegy but memory also as life force? Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. To the End of the Land by David Grossman. I’m afraid of carrying that torch alone.
u The military situation described was so real, so powerful, that I found myself having to put the book down to take breaks and let it all sink in. He knew they would and told her to leave if he died. The more that it happens, the more it produces a scrim between who the character is and what we are told the character is.
To the End of the Land by David Grossman
And so r I really struggled with this one, and to a certain extent I feel like I am giving four stars because respect must be paid, to Grossman as a novelist at the height of his powers using all his craft to create a formally perfect and emotionally searing masterpiece, to Grossman as a father who somehow managed to take some small piece of his loss and transform it into art, to Grossman as a rational thinking caring man in a place where rationality and caring are at best perilously endangered.
There is no greater gift a writer can give a reader than confidence in their ability to I started to read To the End of the Land and immediately recognised I was in the hands of an exceptional storyteller. Politically, David Grossman seems to consider himself something of a liberal Zionist an oxymoron in my opinion, but never mind that for now ; this is very far from a didactic book, however.
Did he reject her as a mother, did Avram do the same? The loss of a son. She feels they aren’t soft with her. I actually wanted to re-read the ending before I wrote this review, I did and although it is not your proverbial happy ending, it is so very fitting. How my cousin is in the army and how surprised some of my family were when he was sent off to Afghanistan where he is now after they had encouraged it for his whole life.
I admit, there was some great history of the constant conflict in Israel, but I think the author assumed the reader already had a general knowledge of recent Israeli affairs.
Yes, if the standard had been one-sided they would not have turned their backs on her so. It explores the emotional depths of Ora, a woman who married one man, Ilan, had a son with him, Adam, had an affair with her husband’s friend, Avram, and had a son with him, Ofer. I will not spoil it for anyone else by even hinting at the somihlia matter, but Ill will say that it is somiylia microcosm of the human experience, all the difficult things we face, all the lovely moments we cherish as we build our all too fragile lives, all the interconnections that make us more than individuals and part of something so much grander and all the inner-workings that make us uniquely ourselves and therefore perpetually lonely and alone in life.
This is where the journey to the Galilee begins and the narrative unfolds.
A un cerbiatto somiglia il mio amore
It’s a view you won’t find anywhere else, and a great complement to Grossman’s novel. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Three main conversations make up this work.
Beautiful and haunting book about Israel and it’s conflicts. Recommended, even if it took me forever to get through. Yes, I have read other books about this recently. She has drifted from her son Adam and is separated from her husband, Ilan, who are now both on a trip together in South America.
Just open it and start reading. What other kind of trust is there?